QTS recently launched an exciting new solution, Hosted Private Cloud (HPC). This purpose-built infrastructure-as-a-service platform (IaaS) is designed for hybrid IT, offering centralized, streamlined management and monitoring functionalities. It provides expert multi-cloud managed services, while bringing high levels of automation and enhancing visibility of your complete cloud environment.
As you consider how to unburden your in-house team and encourage innovation, partnering with a fully-integrated data center provider can help you reduce inefficiencies, maximize investments in legacy applications and/or seamlessly migrate to the cloud. This blog highlights some of ways your data center provider should be able to support your overall IT strategy and in-house team.
A variety of organizations face challenges when balancing how to harness new technology with their current financial resources and manpower. Many IT leaders are engaged in conversations right now about which IT functions should stay in-house and which should be outsourced. So let’s take a look at how to build the right in-house vs. outsource balance to best fit your organization’s needs.
As the data landscape evolves, it becomes exponentially more complex. As a direct result, organizations’ IT needs are growing as well. IT decision makers don’t want to juggle multiple vendors and solutions. Instead, they want a partner that offers a comprehensive, fully integrated service platform. But what does a fully integrated service platform look like?
Whether you have an on-premises data center or a hybrid environment, it’s important that you choose a reputable managed services provider to handle your constantly evolving data needs.
Like companies in other industries, companies in the financial services arena face a number of challenges surrounding their data and the data of their customers. While financial services companies are under the gun to improve digital offerings for their customers, they must also comply with stringent industry guidelines due to the sensitive nature of the information they work with.