From the cloud to IoT, tech that was once seen as innovative is now mainstream. Read how we are working with companies to build a digital infrastructure that supports that tech: http://bit.ly/se-we-believe
Streaming video. Connected campuses. Telehealth. Advancements in technology bring new opportunities to everyone from the classroom to the boardroom.
This powerful technology allows doctors to interact with patients 300,000 miles away, enterprises to collaborate through the cloud, professors to customize learning, and hotels to connect experience to expectation. The common thread underpinning it all—digital infrastructure.
New digital infrastructure makes possibility achievable for all. So, this begs the question, why should you care and what is changing in digital infrastructure?
Why Care About Infrastructure Changes
Changes in digital infrastructures are allowing businesses to:
1. Keep pace with rapid change. Businesses have long remarked that technology evolves fast, but what’s different now is how quickly change happens. Technology expands exponentially, and that means, the rate of change is faster than ever.
2. Move ahead of competitors. Companies that embrace digital progress are “26% more profitable than their average industry competitors and enjoy a 12% higher market valuation,” according to a recent study from the MIT Center for Digital Business.
3. Stay operational—and innovate. IT departments are under pressure to ensure current technology won’t break—yet still innovate. To do both, they’ve adopted bi-modal IT, managing two separate but coherent workstyles.
What’s Changing in Digital Infrastructure
IT infrastructure evolves as quickly at IT does. Businesses modernize their networks to support skyrocketing connectivity demands while improving agility and service levels.
Since the rate of change occurs more quickly, clients expect businesses to keep up and provide apps, digital experiences and more that makes their lives easier. Businesses scale to meet this demand in real-time by connecting to a network of thousands of miles of fiber cable.
With that same connection to miles and miles of fiber cable, businesses can grow quickly, without having to adjust their network at every milestone. High-growth companies now match capabilities with larger competitors by having a fiber network, all while improving the client experience.
It also allows companies to stay agile. A dedicated fiber connection sustains the data-intensive, mission critical applications and cloud support businesses rely on every day—and at the same time, it allows companies to explore, experiment and solve.
Connecting the Digital Infrastructure of Right Now
Technology extends, improves and simplifies every stage of the client experience. For those companies that tap into that technology first have the opportunity to beat their competitors to market and improve the bottom.
Those reasons cannot be ignored, and these opportunities are only possible with a digital infrastructure.