The search for control over hybrid IT spend
How are data center requirements for the financial sector changing and what’s driving this?
With digitalization across the local credit union, the international bank and the global insurer growing at pace, the adoption of hybrid IT has led to the sector becoming more dependent on the data center than ever before. Whether organizations are utilizing multi-tenant colocation, public cloud or the servers within their private data center, there are not many industries as reliant on high-performing, secure, always-on data centers than financial services with high speed transaction processing, HPC and big data analytics at the epicentre of the industry's revenue strategy.
In this broadcast we explore the financial services sector is evolving and how new technology requirements are driving new data center deployment strategies.
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