With the potential stemming from new technology like machine learning, AI, big data and more, tech companies continue to make up one of the fastest growing industry segments. A new report from Digital Realty explores the potential of the hybrid cloud, which according to the report, has emerged as a way to “drive down IT costs, greater agility and speed when embracing new business opportunities, and the ability to protect critical business data and applications from external and internal threats.”
Digital Realty is the largest landlord in the data center space, owning over 180 centers in 33 different markets. Their wholesale data center solutions have attracted big names in the tech industry, such as Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook. The company acquired DuPont Fabros Technology in 2017, further expanding its presence in the hyperscale market.
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In order to take greater advantage of DX and tackle today’s business challenges, tech businesses are leveraging the cloud—specifically hybrid cloud. Download the new report from Digital Realty explores how the hybrid cloud provides tech companies with the means to drive down IT costs, greater agility and speed when embracing new business opportunities, and the ability to protect critical business data and applications from external and internal threats.
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