The market forces and series of cascading system failures of the 2008 financial crisis created a perfect storm in the financial services industry. Now, a decade after the storm, banks and other financial institutions are still trying to wade through the aftermath. New challenges that have arisen as a consequence call for new approaches to managing data centers.
We understand our financial service customers’ unique needs and find solutions to reduce capital spending and operational costs while ensuring infrastructure reliability for your digital transformation, carbon reduction and peak energy efficiency, regulatory compliance, and protection against cybersecurity risks.
For example – we know that standardization, speed of deployment and overall IT cost reductions are the priority for smaller and edge compute needs in trading floors, private banking, bank and other branch offices and that micro data center solutions and modular, scalable UPS’ are solutions worth investigating. Many financial services organizations have realized that capital cost savings alone can be 50% or more as compared to traditional technology rooms.
At this interactive lunch hear more about fresh approaches to how banking and finance IT professionals are taking to better manage their data centers and edge applications.
Edison Room, 5th Floor - same level as conference
By invitation only
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