As we start a new year hoping that this year will be better than the past 2 years, the environment is also high on our agenda. Tech and in particular data centres are not seen as environmentally friendly, but without tech and data centres the pandemic would not be the same.

No online streaming and remote working would be a pipe dream. One Irish Tech company DataSolutions is taking the environment seriously and plans to be carbon neutral by the end of 2022. Ronan talks to Michael O’Hara the MD of DataSolutions about this and more.

Michael talks about what DataSolutions does, the effects of the pandemic and brexit, DataSolutions plans to be carbon neutral by the end of 2022, what Techies Go Green does, making data centres more eco friendly and more sustainable, and how Techies Go Green helps companies go greener.

More about DataSolutions:

DataSolutions is a leading value-added distributor of transformational IT solutions in Ireland and the UK. Over the past 30 years they have brought the best of breed technologies to market quickly, driving business transformation and giving partners the best opportunity to differentiate themselves and stay ahead.

DataSolutions is also a Co-Founder of Techies Go Green, a movement of IT and tech-oriented companies who are committed to decarbonising their businesses and making them green and verifiably sustainable by 2030.

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