Banking technology leadership must now create an IT environment capable of supporting the huge demand for data availability, and maintain enough flexibility to allow for future developments.
This requires particular attention to the connectivity infrastructure that underpins new data centers and the evolving global network. And for many data center managers, CIOs and CTOs, that means considering a colocation strategy.
Global finance technology leaders in banks such as HSBC, JP Morgan Chase, Crédit Suisse, Citibank and Goldman Sachs should consider colocation to extend the capabilities of conventional services. However, it requires highly efficient and stable infrastructure to function efficiently. This is particularly true if it’s to meet corporate, IT and facilities management requirements while still leaving scope for future advancement.