Society continues to evolve in the digital age. Recognising the advantages of cloud computing, companies are starting to more readily approach it, now that they are able to make more informed decisions when it comes to choosing infrastructures and cloud migration. As ever-increasing digitisation brings new needs, both public and private companies need to adapt, particularly by employing strategies that rely on hybrid or multi-cloud solutions.
According to Gartner, an incident involving a service interruption costs an average of 4,595 euros per minute. In addition to the financial impact, a computer failure or disaster can temporarily or permanently harm your customers’ data. Such losses would be dramatic for your company's reputation.
We know how important mutual support is in our field, to bring new ideas to life. With our programs and label, we know that together we can drive change and shape the future of the cloud.
Working life will be reimagined in the wake of COVID-19. Work from home practices will likely stay put, at least to some degree. While there are advantages to this, there is also a new responsibility for companies and IT teams.
Since our company was founded in 1999, security has always been our top priority. Our datacentres are maintained by our specialised teams, and hold a wide range of certifications — so we can ensure optimal security for our customers’ data.
Open source technology is an extraordinary driver of innovation. Our Public Cloud is based on OpenStack, which we contribute code to in return. We even received a prize for this in 2019! And since the technology is open, you can simply connect your services and get started.
To ensure success for their projects, businesses need to be able to build an infrastructure that can adapt to fit their activity, while guaranteeing security for critical data.