A nivel mundial, los pagos se están volviendo digitales, ya sea en su conversión de dinero en efectivo a tarjetas, códigos QR en el punto de venta (POS), compras desde tiendas físicas a tiendas on line con formas de pago electrónicas o pagos realizados a través de una aplicación. Este fenómeno no es nuevo, y parece estar acelerándose. Esta velocidad de adopción se debe a múltiples factores, incluida una gran cantidad de nuevos métodos de pago electrónicos, muchos de los cuales se superponen a los métodos de pago existentes, enfocados en la conveniencia, la velocidad y la experiencia general del consumidor.
La guía digital para pagos y comercio describe cómo los líderes de la industria están transformando su ventaja digital para aprovechar una cadena de valor basada en el ecosistema y obtener información en tiempo real y una experiencia fluida. Nuestra estrategia simple de tres pasos ofrece las mejores prácticas comprobadas sobre cómo rediseñar su presencia, integrar las capacidades cloud y SaaS y facilitar nuevas ofertas basadas en la colaboración interconectada.
Hybrid cloud promises to bring together the best of both worlds enabling businesses to combine the scalability and cost-effectiveness of the cloud with the performance and control that you can get from your on-premise infrastructure.
To meet growing demand for multiple public cloud services, enterprises must shift away from an ad hoc approach of incrementally connecting to one cloud provider after another. For a more strategic approach, I&O leaders must weigh their cloud connectivity decision against five critical criteria.
According to IDC, almost half of IT spending will be cloud-based in 2018, reaching 60% of all IT infrastructure and 60-70% of all software, services and technology spending by 2020.
Today’s top-performing organizations are benefiting from hybrid and multi cloud scenarios. Industry thought leaders share their perspectives and insights on how enterprises across the region are reshaping their cloud strategies to stay ahead.
• Industry Trends - William Lee, Research Director at IDC
• Industry Best Practices - Brent Kendrick, Regional Director APAC, Microsoft
• End User Perspective - T C Chao, Senior Manager, Ricoh
• Industry Insights - Tejaswini Tilak, Sr. Director, APAC, Equinix
Watch the webinar broadcast and a copy of the latest IDC cloud research report in addition.
Published By: Equinix
Published Date: May 18, 2015
This white paper explores how CIOs and business leaders need to think much more broadly about how their technology fits into a global network of services due to the rise of cloud infrastructure, software as a service, the global data footprint, and mobile apps.
Published By: Equinix
Published Date: May 28, 2015
This infographic provides information on how Performance Hub is designed to improve the performance of your entire network while simplifying your infrastructure and lowering your Total Cost of Ownership.
This playbook outlines how insurance companies can evolve their business architectures to meet user demand, reduce risk and comply with regulations.
Insurers’ employees, partners and customers are increasingly interacting at the digital edge, where commerce, population centers and digital ecosystems intersect. A distributed interconnection platform at the digital edge allows insurance companies and ecosystem participants to accelerate their transformation and effectively compete with increasingly nimble challengers.
Much has been written about the impact of technology on insurance, this most traditional of industries. Artificial intelligence (AI), connected cars, drones and the Internet of Things (IoT) are all becoming integral to the insurance and automotive industries. This becomes obvious when using your car’s navigation system – an everyday action that might well lead to a chain of events few would even think of today.
To find out more download this whitepaper today.
This document outlines how Insurance providers must optimize and scale for policy collaboration in a rapidly changing, omni-channel environment while shifting to providing new types of digital insurance. Additionally, shifting demographics is transforming interaction between insurance providers, reinsurers and customers. To address, Insurance providers must move to the digital edge adjacent to customers, clouds, partners and remote devices.