Jim Fagan

Jim Fagan

The Geopolitics of Subsea Connectivity

August 19, 2021

Subsea Connectivity Digital transformation and the migration of data and applications to the cloud is a global phenomenon. While we may like to think that the cloud knows no borders, the reality is that geopolitics holds just as much sway,

Jim Fagan

Behind The Headlines: Capacity For The Rest Of Us

July 27, 2021

Capacity For The Rest Of Us We live in the connected age, and the rise of cloud computing that creates previously unheard of value in our professional and personal lives is at the very heart of those connections. The world

Jim Fagan

Submarine Fiber Life Extension: Bridging The Cloud Capacity Shortage

July 13, 2021

Submarine Fiber Life Extension There has been no lack of media attention given to the fact that Big Tech is building private subsea cables. Big cloud providers like Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft have invested in subsea cable build-outs for

Ronald van Loon
The increasing adoption of technology and AI in business continues to drive concerns regarding sensitive data and the protection of assets. Organizations must implement tools to protect data while also leveraging that data to identify ...
Nikolaos Nikou
The Future of Enrollment Systems Enrollment systems play a crucial role in various industries, from higher education institutions to online courses and professional certifications. These systems streamline the enrollment process, manage student data, and contribute ...
Ron Cadwell
Net Zero Emissions Designs Sustainability has become an increasingly frequent topic of discussion for data center operators, with many pledging to be carbon-free as soon as 2030. But are these commitments a response to the ...
Alex Dean
Enabling Privacy and Personalization Most businesses today rely on data collected online to better understand their customers and deliver more personalized products, services and experiences. These insights can be transformative for an organization, especially when ...
Tiago Ramalho
More equitable future for food distribution with AI At best, only 70% of food gets used in the United States. The rest goes to waste. Although devastating, the good news is this massive waste of ...
Ronald van Loon
In 2030, AI will likely contribute around $15.7 trillion to the global economy. Organizations that invest significantly in AI and leverage practices that accelerate and scale AI development have been shown to gain the highest ROI from AI ...