Want a resilient digital infrastructure?

Want a resilient digital infrastructure?
Want a resilient digital infrastructure?

Can you maintain business continuity?

With millions of people working, shopping, and consuming content from home, the need for flexible and reliable infrastructure has never been greater.

And now – in light of the Coronavirus pandemic – they’re more important than ever. Interxion’s mission critical data centres are keeping the lights on across Europe, enabling people to work, shop, and play.

With millions of employees, professionals, and consumers accessing services remotely, businesses are more dependent on core infrastructure than ever. Companies need the right technology in place to provide the digital experiences that customers and employees expect. Colocated data centres deliver on both counts. They provide the flexibility and scalability businesses need, as well as the connectivity, resiliency, low-latency, and security they rely upon.

Certainty in a time of instability

When life is thrown into flux, you need certainty. Something that’s solid in a time of turbulence. So, when your staff suddenly go remote, you have a robust, secure infrastructure you can depend upon.

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“Enterprises have three pillars to any initiative they undertake: improve customer service; reduce costs; mitigate risks. Remote working factors into all three of these pillars and enterprises that are behind the curve will struggle in the current environment.” 

William Fenick, VP Enterprise, Interxion

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Colocation offers safe harbour in turbulent times

During these unprecedented times many businesses have realised that their existing infrastructure isn’t built to keep up with the current demands for connectivity, low latency, direct cloud access and more.

So, what does it take to enable the reliable, high-performance connectivity businesses need to keep core business operations running smoothly?

Colocation offers safe harbour in turbulent times
Colocation offers safe harbour in turbulent times

Colocation offers safe harbour in turbulent times

During these unprecedented times many businesses have realised that their existing infrastructure isn’t built to keep up with the current demands for connectivity, low latency, direct cloud access and more.

So, what does it take to enable the reliable, high-performance connectivity businesses need to keep core business operations running smoothly?

Remote working requires an IT rethink

Did you know that since the start of the coronavirus crisis, 88% of businesses have sent their employees home to work? In normal times, enterprises would be able to cope with the demands placed on their infrastructure by remote working. Interxion’s Mitesh Chauhan, Senior Product Manager, explores how the current situation is putting businesses’ core infrastructure under intense strain.

Remote working requires an IT rethink
Remote working requires an IT rethink

Remote working requires an IT rethink

Did you know that since the start of the coronavirus crisis, 88% of businesses have sent their employees home to work? In normal times, enterprises would be able to cope with the demands placed on their infrastructure by remote working. Interxion’s Mitesh Chauhan, Senior Product Manager, explores how the current situation is putting businesses’ core infrastructure under intense strain.

Connectivity is essential for business continuity

The fallout from Covid-19 has left enterprises working hard to keep the business up and running. Many times, this ‘new normal’ has made them realise how important connectivity is for their business continuity.

Our Director of Product Innovation, David Pumford looks at how companies are accelerating their digital transformation programmes with connectivity at the centre.

Connectivity is essential for business continuity
Connectivity is essential for business continuity

Connectivity is essential for business continuity

The fallout from Covid-19 has left enterprises working hard to keep the business up and running. Many times, this ‘new normal’ has made them realise how important connectivity is for their business continuity.

Our Director of Product Innovation, David Pumford looks at how companies are accelerating their digital transformation programmes with connectivity at the centre.

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