Signing up to the EU Code of Conduct puts FCO Services firmly in line with the government’s ICT greening strategy and is set to benefit its customers on the G-Cloud frameworks. As a registered participant FCO Services has committed to adopt best practice energy and cost efficient initiatives for their data centres and to migrate ICT services to the cloud.
Commenting on the announcement FCO Services’ chief executive, Chris Moxey, said, ‘FCO Services is acutely aware of the benefits to be gained from improving the energy efficiency of its data handling facilities. Electing to become a registered participant in the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres marks a significant commitment to our Greening ICT Programme.’
Chris added, ‘Implementing these cost effective energy saving measures will help both our business and our customers, but will not compromise the security, performance or reliability of our services.’
The announcement follows FCO Services’ recent award of both the Carbon Trust Standard and the Carbon Trust Waste Standard – further demonstrating the organisation’s commitment to energy and cost savings.