The cloud is helping to bring big changes. It is fully capable of producing actionable insights and evolved consumer experiences that have never been obtainable before. It is solving problems and increasing efficiency while keeping data protected. As we progress into a more cloud-friendly business environment, many companies still find that their operations are tied to traditional workflows. In order to facilitate support, there must be ticketing. For finance, there is accounting. And for manufacturing, there is ERP.
Data has become the substance of modern business. Cloud-based infrastructure is the conduit that supports data enrichment, delivery and protection. With the new year quickly approaching, enterprises are preparing to immerse in an innovative digital redesign.
The Government of Canada is using Cloud technology to rapidly improve its information services. Moving to the Cloud will make it easier for Canadian residents to access innovative and supportive programs.
Compliancy is a hot button issue. Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are compelled by clients to prove their competency with Canadian privacy laws – and for good reason. Canadian businesses that regularly acquire sensitive data are expected to remain compliant or else face penalties. Depending on the particular governance in place, compliancy can be achieved when data is housed within National or Provincial borders.
How many datacentres are there in Canada? Good question now that Microsoft, AWS, OVH, Equinix and others have opened state-of-the-art facilities in the country. But another question that needs to be asked is how many of those are owned by a Canadian or Canadian company? Listen in as  Paolo Del Nibletto from eChannelNEWS & ecnTV talks with Loan Duong, SCC's National Sales Manager about our cloud infrastructure.