Jennifer Royle | January 12, 2016
Asia Pacific-based organizations and multinational corporations entering the region are fueling demand for data center resources, space, and power. A number of factors are accelerating this demand including the need for businesses to be closer to a growing customer base that expects nuanced, or personalized, service anytime, anywhere, on any device.
Jennifer Royle | June 3, 2015
Security requirements for financial services firms are among the strictest security standards. In Singapore data center security requirements include ISAE 3402 (theinternational equivalent of SSAE 16) compliance as well as the requirement by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) that all financial institutions complete a Threat and Vulnerability Risk Assessment (TVRA). Both standards include thorough […]
Jennifer Royle | May 11, 2015
IO CEO George Slessman was featured on the April 20th cover of The Edge, a Singapore-based business magazine. The story profiled George’s full commitment to the global future of IO. In the story, George explains why he relocated to Singapore and talks about IO’s partnership there with StarHub. And, he gets personal, talking about his […]
Jennifer Royle | April 23, 2015
There’s an evolution underway, toward complete consumption of the IT stack as a service. IO plays a role in this evolution, of course, as a provider of data center as a service. Many of our customers play a role in the evolution as well, as providers of IT managed services, cloud services, and software as […]
Jennifer Royle | April 21, 2015
IO Group Leader of Sustainability Patrick Flynn explains the nexus between energy and water, how a modular data center reduces waste of both, and why data center efficiency is key to competitive advantage.
Jennifer Royle | March 27, 2015
According to IDC, 82 percent of U.S. companies are looking to international expansion. Half of those are targeting Asia Pacific. For those companies looking to access global markets, a global data center footprint does matter. Most U.S. and Europe-based companies that colocate a data center in Asia do it from a strategic hub. Singapore is […]
Jennifer Royle | January 23, 2015
In a world so digitally connected, do companies really need geographic proximity to access foreign markets? Many companies have decided that they do need a global data center footprint. Data sovereignty and latency are two reasons why.
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