For many years, financial services companies managed their data and applications on-premises, but the rising costs of building and maintaining a private facility have pushed many of them to seek other solutions. While cloud computing in financial services has benefited consumers immensely, companies are understandably hesitant to migrate sensitive financial data to the public cloud.
By working with a colocation provider to gain a secure on-ramp to the cloud or build a customized hybrid cloud or multi-cloud environment within a financial services data center, they no longer have to choose between convenience and security. The connectivity options offered through a carrier-neutral colocation provider allow financial companies to retain full control and visibility into their IT infrastructure while also leveraging the scalable power of the world’s leading cloud computing services. Whether they’re managing big data workloads or processing electronic payments, financial services colocation customers can build a customized network that meets their unique business needs within a fully secure and compliant data center environment.