Today’s hottest trade routes are digital, and they are connecting global commerce centers via high-speed fiber optic cable. They regularly traverse land and sea carrying everything from the latest video streaming sensations to the mission-critical cloud services that digital businesses can’t exist without.
The Alibaba Group is globally scaling its cloud and digital services platforms to earn its seat. The company that started out as a B2B portal now touches almost every aspect of the internet and eCommerce sectors.
Capital market companies have been one of the more cautious adopters of the cloud. However, increased pressure to reduce costs, improve margins and realize greater efficiencies are forcing today’s institutional investing firms to move their critical applications and data into the cloud.
Tomorrow’s IT infrastructure needs to have agility at its heart. It must support the launch of new services in double-quick time, support in-life changes to existing services with zero impact, and be a flexible platform that enables businesses to scale and expand rapidly as required.
In the Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) report, “Analytics in the Cloud” a panel of over 250 business stakeholders and information technology professionals were surveyed and provided their insights on cloud-based analytics and business intelligence (BI). The majority of respondents said cloud-based analytics were either “essential” or “important” to their organizations.
Big data’s potential has been a big story for some time now, as the things in the Internet of Things multiply by the billions, and all those connected sensors stream out huge amounts of data. This is information we never thought we could capture, unleashing insights we didn’t know we could uncover.
We're offering our heartiest congratulations to our customer David Neitz, CDM Smith’s CIO, recipient of this year’s MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Award.
A new global study indicates digital marketing pros are ready to attack ad fraud now, and many are willing to move apps to neutral data centers to do it.
It's been more than 50 years, and now the end of Moore's Law is in sight. Blame the cloud.
GSA Daniel Ong talks about trends he and Equinix’s South Asia team are seeing as they bring emerging technologies to market and build customer partnerships.