As more organizations undergo digital transformation, they’re quickly understanding the importance of real-time digital services as a competitive imperative.
CoreSite asserts that to make “getting SaaS right” easier, partnering with a data center to firm up hybrid infrastructure can reap long-term benefits. A new report from CoreSite explores the challenges, opportunities and potential of Software-as-a-Service for your business.
One of the reasons for the evolution from public- or private-only models is the growing realization that not everything fits neatly into a single, traditional deployment environment. Digital Realty’s Rick Moore, Senior Director of Global Cloud Services, explores how a hybrid cloud approach can help data centers operate efficiently without sacrificing security and management control.
Matt Gleason, VP and general manager, Northeast, for Coresite, explores the fact that despite the obvious benefits of digitally transforming a business, planning and executing a transformation effort is often much easier said than done. Read on for more insight into colocation services for financial institutions.
The data center is not dead. However, the data center has indeed changed as providers adapt to support the hybrid cloud. Bill Kleyman offers some best practices for hybrid cloud adoption.
DCD Enterprise covers the full ecosystem for how enterprise data centers are being re-defined and how the economics of digital business, IT and data center service delivery is being re-shaped.
Hybrid IT enables enterprises to close the gap between the legacy enterprise IT model and what modern cloud-based products can achieve. In this week’s Voices of the Industry, CoreSite President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Szurek explores the future of the hybrid cloud and the benefits of hybrid-ready data centers.
Hybrid IT architectures with colo as the foundation increase efficiency, lower costs, and mitigate risks when compared to environments with only in-house data centers. Rick Crutchley, Chief Operating Officer at IO, now Iron Mountain, shares how organizations can benefit from a hybrid IT strategy that features colocation.
The decentralization of IT is creating more options than ever for end users. As latency becomes more important in application deployment, users have an array of choices of cloud and colocation options. The winner will be the hybrid IT model, and service providers that host it.
Forward-looking enterprises are going beyond just deploying hybrid cloud infrastructure, and adopting fundamental network virtualization technologies such as software defined networking (SDN). In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Chris Sharp, CTO, Digital Realty, explores how leveraging the power of software-defined SDN can help you build next-generation networks and ramp up your hybrid cloud strategy.