TPG and NEXTDC collaborate to promote hybrid cloud

May 15, 2015


On Thursday 14th May, TPG and NEXTDC hosted a boardroom roundtable of current and prospective enterprise customers at NEXTDC’s M1 Melbourne data centre in Port Melbourne to discuss the challenges and opportunities of hybrid cloud.

TPG’s Head of Product Nick Pachos joined NEXTDC’s General Manager of Sales, Southern Region, Lucas Salter, to present their take on the latest trends in colocation and cloud integration as a part of an overall cloud strategy.

A key topic was moving IT closer to the end user by migrating to hybrid cloud.

TPG’s Head of Product Nick Pachos said, “The main inhibitor to outsourcing is speed. This is why our mantra is ‘we make the WAN faster than the LAN’ because our network services allow users to eliminate bottlenecks and facilitate their data being hosted in a reliable, highly connected data centre like M1.”

A world-wide study by Avanade, a global business technology solutions provider, Hybrid Cloud – From Hype to Reality, gained insights from 1,000 global C-level executives, business unit leaders and IT decision-makers, showing that:

  • 69 percent agree that implementing a hybrid cloud strategy will be one of their biggest areas of focus in 2015;
  • 65 percent would downsize all their data centres tomorrow in favour of public or hybrid cloud-based solutions if this were possible; and
  • 73 percent agree that adopting a hybrid cloud solution will give their organisation an edge over competitors.

For more information on TPG’s services, visit their website.

Book a guided tour of M1 today to experience the data centre’s exceptional energy-efficient design for yourself, and the benefits it offers in security, reliability and support services.

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