We Have a New DCDC in New Zealand

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Tony Rosier RCDD DCDC, Project Manager at Indeserve in Wellington, has just become a Data Centre Design Consultant (DCDC).

Tony sat and passed the DCDC exam on 12 August, to earn the esteemed DCDC credential adding to his BICSI RCDD credential.

It was just over a year ago that Tony became an RCDD, having sat and passed that exam in June 2019.

In acquiring these credentials, Tony demonstrates his aspirations to grow in knowledge in many aspects of ICT infrastructure through study and education, setting an excellent example for other ICT professionals. Tony’s comment on Linkedin sums it up his appetite for learning well: “Another one ticked of the bucket list.

He acknowledged that studying for the exam was a lot of hard work, but well worth the effort, being able to learn so much about best-practice in data centres that he can apply in his day-to-day professional activities.

Congratulations to Tony for achieving yet another professional landmark credential in ICT Infrastructure. The New Zealand ICT industry will certainly benefit from your insightful data centre designs.