Dimension Data is a leading ICT (Information Communications Technology) solution provider with offices in 58 countries, serving more than 6,000 enterprise clients around the world. Dimension Data can offer a full range of IT and cloud solutions and services ranging from planning and provisioning to turnkey management of enterprise-class IT hybrid cloud infrastructures.
As a trusted advisor, enterprise clients rely on Dimension Data to deliver innovative and reliable IT integration for global enterprise clients specialising in financial services, retail, manufacturing, government and telecommunications.
Taking the time to fully assess your current service architecture, SaaS strategy and disaster recovery requirements, Dimension Data can help build IT solutions tailored to support global business goals. Their sales engineers will deliver a clear business case that shows the costs, risks and productivity benefits of a cloud solution deployed in Equinix IBX data centres. Dimension Data solution architects address security and compliance concerns, provide a comprehensive migration and interoperability strategy and fully execute a plan to get you there.
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Equinix Cloud Exchange combines the automated interconnection of cloud, network and managed service providers with advanced service orchestration to create fast, flexible, direct connections to multiple cloud services simultaneously - the type of connections needed for companies to build and scale...
Equinix Cloud Exchange directly connects you to all the leading cloud service providers in the most markets around the globe. Simultaneously orchestrate hybrid and multi-cloud solutions across multiple locations and gain the global scale, performance and security your business needs to compete.
Organisations across all industries are looking for alternatives to building and managing their own data centres. This paper looks at the market trends driving decisions to extend or even replace in-house data centre capabilities with alternatives.