Your data centre is your most strategic asset, providing the critical infrastructure that ensures your people stay connected to your data, customers, applications, and suppliers.

As digital transformation strategies mature and evolve, it warrants a re-think around how you manage and scale an increasingly distributed IT footprint.

Data centres are never ‘set and forget’, they’re known for being Capex guzzlers for a reason.

Instead of being anchored to a strategy that served you in the past, it’s time to ask the hard questions around whether it will get you to where you’re going and whether there’s a better way to address the growing number of challenges faced by IT leaders, so you can get back to focussing on what you do best.

"Gartner predicts by 2025, 80% of enterprises will have moved to colocation."

The key contributors to an organisation’s ability to maintain business continuity and respond to an increasingly uncertain future is through embedding flexibility, agility and resilience at the core; the three major advantages delivered from colocated environments.

We undertook a 360-degree view of the good, the bad and the ugly of keeping your infrastructure on-prem.

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