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Growing cloud activity means opportunity for service providers, which can provide the expertise enterprises need to integrate the cloud with legacy systems.
Cloud providers have caught on to the API craze and are providing gateways to high-performance APIs in the cloud.
The conversations at this year’s Cloud World Forum 2015 in London were dominated by how companies are preparing for the massive surge in cloud-based data.
The cloud's vast opportunities are pulling us into a new digital era. At Equinix, we feel a similar pulling force that's like “gravity for the cloud.”
In the colocation industry, we’re seeing how the confluence of enterprises, networks and cloud services can create disruptions that spark opportunities.
Our friends at CenturyLink have posed six important considerations when choosing a colocation provider. Here's how Equinix measures up.
Whatever the “big” in big data means to an enterprise, it needs to prepare to deal with it because its competitors are. And Equinix can help them do it.
A new benchmark survey indicates companies aren’t just dabbling in cloud computing anymore. They’re using it as a mainstream tool for running their businesses.
The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference may have just ended, but the opportunities presented there are already gaining traction.