Hugh Lindsay

Hugh Lindsay

Hugh Lindsay is the Director and Global Solution Architect for the Finance sector at Schneider Electric. Prior to his current position, Mr. Lindsay has held numerous management and senior management roles in segment and solution management, specializing energy efficiency and critical infrastructure applications. He holds a Bachelors of Applied Science in Communications from Simon Fraser University in Canada and has more than 14 years experience working in the software, Data Center, Green Buildings and Finance industries.

Becoming a Modern Financial Services Data Center

The rate with which financial markets fluctuate, consumer expectations rise and unexpected competitors appear makes for dynamic industry conditions, so financial services data centers need to be dynamic as well…. Read more »

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After the Storm: New Approaches to Managing Financial Services Data Centers

The market forces and series of cascading system failures of the 2008 financial crisis created a perfect storm in the financial services industry. Now, a decade after the storm, banks… Read more »

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Digital Foundations for Digital Banks

At the end of 2015, an article on the future of banking from thenextweb.com posed the question “So, what will the bank of the future look like?” and answered it with an emphatic… Read more »

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The Evolution of Energy Management Systems: From Energy Reliability to Operational Efficiency

Not long ago I had occasion to revisit a white paper that I contributed some ideas to a good 10 years ago, titled “Powering the Digital Economy: How Energy Management… Read more »

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How can a financial firm make gains from a sustainable energy program?

These days, the term “green banking” refers to much more than just cash and profits. As more and more banks and other financial services companies turn their corporate focus toward… Read more »

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Data Center Management by Continuous Partial Attention

Stop. Before reading any further, think about the number of computing and communication devices you have within arm’s reach of you right now. Finished? … I have (in no particular… Read more »

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