Meeting the IT Demands of FinTech: Financial companies are colocating data centers to reduce costs, increase security.

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Download Financial Services Firms Harness the Power of Colocation. A growing number of financial companies are colocating their data centers to reduce costs, increase security, and speed development of mobile services. This executive report explores how financial services firms can effectively deal with the huge increase in the amount of data being transmitted and processed by leveraging colocation's best-in-class security and scalable storage.

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