The COVID19 pandemic is likely to hasten the migration of enterprise IT equipment out of on-premises data centers and into data centers operated by cloud service providers and colocation specialist, according to new data from IDC.
More than 6 months into COVID-19 pandemic, data center demand is bifurcated, with robust buying by hyperscale operators and cloud platforms, and a slowdown in spending by many enterprise users.
DataBytes: IDC says investment in artificial intelligence (AI) has remained solid during the COVID-19 pandemic, with growth moderating only slightly during 2020. KPMG sees a similar pause in spending for “emerging technologies.”
With an experienced dealmaker as its new CEO, and the backing of Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, Evoque Data Center Solutions expects to be an active player in the global merger scene for digital infrastructure.
Has the COVID-19 pandemic altered enterprise IT spending and how these companies are provisioning data center space? Our Executive Roundtable looks at the latest trends.
Multicloud strategies are becoming more popular, allowing IT managers to leverage the respective strengths and cost profiles of major cloud platforms. But multicloud strategies come with management challenges.
Enterprise CIOs are increasingly looking for single providers to meet their data center & hybrid cloud needs, according to new data from Credit Suisse. That could produce a “winner takes all” dynamic that favors the largest service providers.
Public data center providers reported strong momentum from enterprise customers in the second quarter, as corporations re-align their IT operations.
In today’s edition of the DCF Executive Roundtable, our panel discusses the shift of enterprise IT workloads into third-party cloud platforms and colo facilities.
As Evoque nears the six-month mark, the company’s leadership is focused on building a network for a carrier-neutral future, where clients can connect to a growing universe of clouds, networks and partners.