In part one of this two-part series I shared some key takeaways from the recent forum, “Digital Asia: Asia’s Digitally Transforming Economies”, hosted by The Economist Corporate Network in Hong Kong. As discussed in my last post, digital transformation is growing fast around Asia-Pacific, thanks to the explosive growth of the internet, mobile penetration, FinTech and big data. In this blog post I want to highlight some of the things companies need to think about when it comes to responding to the huge opportunity presented by digital transformation in Asia-Pacific. Here a few things to consider:
Securing the Unsecurable in Interconnected Digital Technology: Part I – Interconnection Oriented Architecture
Advances in the use of digital technology have improved customer experiences in most industries. Look around—there isn’t a day that we’re not benefitting, as individuals and as a society, from recent advances in digital technology, whether by using an innovative application or by discovering a disruptive digital service capable of transforming some aspect of our daily routine.
Oracle GoldenGate, in conjunction with an Interconnection Oriented Architecture™ (IOA®) strategy deployed on Platform Equinix™, is one of the best tools we’ve found for real-time data replication from one database to another, including non-Oracle targets. An IOA strategy on Platform Equinix enables you to choose from a wide-range of network providers to create a high-performance, low-latency wide area network (WAN) with proximate connections in more than 48 metro markets around the world.
Complimentary technologies like Network Function Virtualization (NFV) that decouple traditional network devices from physical boxes and virtualize them, i.e. firewalls, load balancers, intrusion detection devices, WAN accelerators, etc. provide a platform more conducive to dynamically consumable services.
Easybook found what it was looking for after talking with Equinix partner, InfoFabrica Consulting Pte. Ltd, which suggested leveraging Equinix to re-architect its IT platform and embrace a digital edge solution that would bring it closer to its users.
The Infomart acquisition means every one of our customers will be able to grow with Equinix in Dallas, confident that the industry ecosystems they rely on will always be a cross connect away. The Infomart allows us to enable Dallas as a rich campus environment, where we’ll be ready to meet our customers’ diverse interconnection and colocation needs well into the future.
On this World Backup Day, we’re going to talk about some of the ways you can protect your data that go hand-in-hand with your data backup and recovery platform and ensure that you’ve covered all of your data protection bases. This includes geographically distributed locations, private interconnection and multicloud data encryption, key management and tokenization as a service.
By providing enterprise architects (or business technology officers) with a CEP platform pre-loaded with insights gleaned from the event processing network, as well as security, data and application services, CEP models can be defined that offer business operational views, backed by transparency, into areas of concern
All these innovations make France a destination of choice for digital businesses that want to establish themselves in a vendor-neutral colocation data center facility at the digital edge, regardless of industry. Digital businesses need a vendor-agnostic, multi-tenant data center provider that delivers world-class interconnection solutions, which open-up access to state-of the-art French digital infrastructure, global business ecosystems, personal and data security controls, and renewable energy resources.
In Hong Kong, businesses have responded late to Digital Transformation. Playing catch-up, a lot of enterprises are now going through their own transformations quickly as they realize it is key to staying relevant. Hong Kong in general is a cautious market; businesses don’t jump feet first – they wait for industry movements, assess these movements to see if they’re a fad, and ask themselves, “Do we really need to do it?”