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VIDEO: Tony Bishop Discusses Data Gravity Megatrend on NYSE Floor Talk
Following the release of the Data Gravity Index, Tony Bishop (SVP of Platform, Growth and Marketing) was interviewed by Judy Shaw of New York Stock Exchange Floor Talk.
What Does Artificial Intelligence Need to Thrive in the Digital Economy?
The rapidly-evolving digital economy is forcing enterprises to address more questions and challenges regarding their IT infrastructure. Artificial intelligence is no different. The way we have to think about it has evolved as well. Here’s what IT departments need to consider as they optimize AI for the digital economy
How Do I Build a Global Hybrid IT Infrastructure with AWS Outposts?
Part of Digital Realty’s commitment to helping public and private enterprises optimize their value delivery includes seeking out opportunities to integrate specific solutions with trusted partners who share the same mission. We recently announced an unparalleled opportunity to integrate AWS Outposts with our Data Hub component of PlatformDIGITAL to further assist enterprises in developing a decentralized IT infrastructure delivery model that achieves true transformation.
An Inventor’s 10-Year Journey Quantifying the Explosion of Enterprise Data Growth
Since joining Digital Realty, I've been working on what was, until today, a secret project called The Data Gravity Index DGx™ 1.0. This is what I mean by a critical step. Now Data Gravity has a methodology, a formula, and a decipherable pattern. It’s the first time Data Gravity has been measured and quantified for the Global 2000 Enterprises.
Toronto Virtual Open House: Q&A
Our Toronto multi-tenant datacenter facility is designed to accommodate distributed workflows that vary by participant, application, information, and location-specific needs. It is an entity in our global datacenter platform that delivers a trusted foundation of coverage, capacity, and ecosystem connectivity.
What is the Value Impact of a Digital Workplace Infrastructure?
The value impact of a fully-configured and built for purpose Pervasive Data Center Architecture (PDx™) provides you with the ability to augment compute Capacity,optimize network performance, and evolve to a digital workplace. This includes the implementation of security and data controls for a digital workplace. You’ll enable policy enforcement at data ingress/egress points. You’re also able to integrate and host public and private data sources locally.
How do I Optimize an Infrastructure Deployment for the Digital Workplace?
Deployments must be selected and match the configuration of the supporting footprints. It is common for multiple footprints to be deployed in different zones because it’s the optimal way to support the demands of the digital workplace successfully.
How Do I Optimize Workloads and Workflows in the Digital Workplace? (Part 2)
So far in our digital workplace series, we outlined how classic infrastructures need to evolve into a decentralized infrastructure to support a digital workplace. We also took a deep-dive into the importance of infrastructure workflows and identifying workload participants in the digital workplace. Today, we’ll complement those insights by mapping workloads and deploying a fit for purpose footprint.
Breaking Down the Barriers to Data Gravity
Data gravity is the single biggest challenge facing companies today. It adds complexity to business processes and prevents companies from having the flexibility and agility needed to transform digitally. To break through the barriers caused by data gravity, businesses need a modernized infrastructure that supports the influx of data from a number of users, locations, clouds, and networks.
How Do I Optimize Workloads and Workflows in the Digital Workplace? (Part 1)
If your IT infrastructure is unable to optimize data exchanges in the digital transformation era, it puts customer experiences at risk. Even worse, you may not get a second chance to provide a positive experience. Studies show that customers are likely to totally abandon a brand after one bad experience. This is why data exchanges and workflows are critical components in a digital workplace.