During the first F1 race of the season in Melbourne, I was invited by Acronis to talk to its partner in F1, the Williams Racing Team, and specifically its chief information officer, Graeme Hackland, about all the challenges he faces in what is one of the world's greatest sporting events.
Acronis is providing "data protection" to Arsenal Football Club's "growing IT infrastructure", with its very valuable data at the forefront of use within football needing to absolutely be protected.
The current season of Formula 1 has seen yet another raft of dramatic rule changes: everything is wider this season, both cars and tyres, as well as a bit heavier. There are also rules on stockpiling power units and even the livery of driver helmets.
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