4 Critical Steps Financial Firms Must Take for IT Uptime, Security, and Connectivity

Every Day, Banks Grapple With Unprecedented Amounts of Big Data, While Constrained by In-House Data Centers

Learn how more and more financial service CIOs are tapping into a new, proven solution to effectively solve the data security, compliance, and business continuity challenges they face on a daily basis.

This executive report reveals the right choice for financial services organizations needing to scale up quickly and efficiently, manage large volumes of data, get to market faster, and provide top-notch customer service.


Overcome the Roadblocks to Managing Big Data In-House

Management of big data drains both capital and operating budgets. Cooling, power, and connectivity costs for in-house data centers can be expensive and ever-growing. You can reduce your expenses by turning capital expenditures into lower, predictable, operational expenditures.

Financial services firms that effectively leverage the advantage discussed in this executive report are seeing big benefits from their actions, and freeing up large portions of their budget to put back into innovation and business growth.


Rein In Business Costs

Read about the four key reasons more CIOs are turning to the recommendations made in this executive report. Along with reining in the spiraling costs of running data centers, today’s CIOs can also effectively lower the total cost of operations, increase organizational flexibility, improve reliability, and scale up and down quickly.


About the Author

Tesh Durvasula is Chief Commercial Officer of CyrusOne. Tesh is responsible for Sales, Marketing, Strategy and M&A, and has extensive operating experience in the areas of data centers, hosting, cloud, fiber optics, and telecommunications.

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