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We recognize that diversity and inclusiveness provide us with a rich talent pool and a better business offering. That is why we embrace the variety of educational and vocational backgrounds you bring to the company and continue to strive to make STT GDC a great place to work.

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Here in STT GDC India, we offer a fulfilling and rewarding career in a growing environment for our people. If you are excited to have a game-changing career, we are excited to welcome you to our world of data centres.

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Keep track of the major transitions and innovations in the digital economy and their impact on business growth. Discover insights from our Think Tanks on major industry news, innovations, trends, and ways to stay ahead of the competition.

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STT GDC India Wins Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Company of the Year Award 2021

The prestigious research and advisory consultancy, Frost & Sullivan has awarded STT GDC India with the Best Practices Company of the Year award in the India data centre colocation services industry for the fourth time in a row.

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Data Centre Calibration: The Growth of Small Businesses in Kolkata, the City of Joy

Considered as the Gateway to East India, the city of Kolkata has seen a rise in number of data centres that provide the needed infrastructure and backbone for the scaling of local businesses.

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Grow Your Business Capabilities: Recapitulate the Data Centre Security Standards

Global damages due to cybercrime are expected to top US$ 6 trillion in 2021. There are at least 17 types of cyberattacks that threaten data centre security and businesses the world over.