ISPs and other telecom service providers face significant challenges in extending their cloud connectivity to the enterprise market. Not only in connecting customers to their cloud services but ensuring that connection is of high-quality and in a cost-effective framework.
While there are numerous strategies for local service providers to achieve these connections, they either fail to compete with larger global players (due to different cost structures), or do not offer the level of control necessary to guarantee SLAs to enterprise customers.
This webinar will outline the common pitfalls, challenges and best strategies for local providers in supplying cloud connectivity to enterprises, and the ways in which working with the right global connectivity provider can help overcome them. In particular, it will assess the viability of DIY options (where local telcos act as a direct cloud service provider) compared with other strategies, such as working with a global connectivity provider.
Key takeaways by attending this free webinar:
1. Best practice for local providers looking to navigate the challenges of deploying their own cloud connectivity (e.g. cost, time to market, security and performance issues, competition from global players)
2. The types of connectivity offered by global service enablers (DC, IXP, NSP) and the benefits/ considerations of each
3. How local ISPs and telcos can compete with global service providers and:
a. Expedite set up with quick access to all regions
b. Reduce spend with pay as you grow pricing models
c. Avoid oversubscription or limitation due to CSP misalignment
Asia’s developing markets offer huge potential returns for the data centre industry - India, Indonesia Vietnam and The Philippines hold close to 2 billion potential consumers. While there are additional challenges to deploying data centres in developing markets, the rewards are there for the taking. This session will discuss the factors that make Asia’s developing nations attractive and how to overcome the challenges to deployments, from underdeveloped digital infrastructure to complex business environments.
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have intensified in volume and sophistication amid the digital shift brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Over 10 million DDoS attacks have thrived in an environment when organisations have struggled to fully support their remote workforce and businesses have relied so heavily on online service to survive. It has become a significant cybersecurity threat and nuisance today as cyber-criminals have sought to exploit the growth of internet use and working from home.
As the pandemic continues to present challenges to businesses and societies around the world, it is imperative that we protect the critical infrastructure that is keeping the world connected and enabling the digital world.
Orange and Netscout have partnered to bring you this webinar to provide you with insights and best practices in the fight against cyber criminality and DDoS attacks.
During this webinar, experts will explain:
‣ What DDoS attacks are and how they have evolved over the last few years;
‣ What the impacts of DDoS attacks are for operators and their customers; and
‣ How Orange’s DDoS Protection, anti-fraud and cybersecurity solutions mitigate threats.
‣ Anne Couturier, DDoS Protection and Cyber Security Product Manager, Orange International Carriers
‣ Jason McGee-Abe, Commercial Editor & Publisher, Capacity Media (Moderator)
‣ Anthony Murphy, Network Support, IT and Platform, Services Engineer, Orange International Networks Infrastructures & Services (OINIS)
‣ Reda Nedjar, Consulting Engineer, Netscout
Rajarshi Purkayastha, Associate Vice President & Head of Presales, Tata Communications
With internet traffic levels surging all across the globe during the Covid-19 pandemic, operators and service providers, such as Tata Communications, have been key to keeping the world connected.
Tata Communications is hosting the Enabling Next-Gen Services for India & APAC Service Providers webinar tomorrow and there is still time to book your place!
The world is relying on connectivity now more than ever to work from home and to perform day-to-day activities. However, India and APAC especially are strategically more important today and have unleashed the demand for high-quality connectivity along with cutting-edge technologies.
Giant internet hubs of APAC - Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore - are becoming increasingly important as we move from Trans-Pacific connectivity to Intra-Asia connectivity. But how can service providers cope with this data onslaught?
In this webinar, Tata Communications reveals its tips for India and APAC service providers.
> Discover how to create a flexible, agile and scalable network in a post-Covid world
> Winning formula to maximise performance and increase revenue streams
> Learn how to handle traffic surges, better serve customers and restore service breaks
> How to create borderless, secure and scalable connectivity for IoT, 5G, Wi-Fi 6 etc.
> Enhance your cybersecurity and resiliency to mitigate DDoS and ransomware attacks
> Improve quality of service whilst reducing operating expense
> Rajarshi Purkayastha, Associate Vice President & Head of Presales, Tata Communications
Rich Business Messaging (RBM)
creates exciting new ways for
enterprises to interact with customers
with enhanced consumer engagement
features. These include read receipts,
group chat, video, image sharing
and purchase options. Building in
sender verification and authentication
capabilities that help establish
consumer trust and make it a valuable
for businesses would provide the
foundations for the RBM ecosystem –
from A2P messaging and AI providers,
enterprises, and marketers – to thrive
in. We ask what the key steps are
needed to take in ensuring consumers
can engage with enterprises with an
ultimate level of trust.
Liam Cooney, Head of Sales Engineering, Open Systems
How people work may never be the same. 2020 saw millions of people leave their cubicles, offices, and sites. They became mobile and worked from their homes, coffee shops, parks, and any other point on the planet.
IT leaders had a new challenge. Whether users were working at home or in the office, they needed the same work experience – including performance, access to applications, and cybersecurity.
During and after the pandemic, 'working from home' – whether full time or a few days each week – has and will become the new normal for many organizations and millions of employees. Users need the same access, performance, and security regardless of where and when they work.
Join this webinar and explore how to provide users with scalable remote access and reliable performance while ensuring complete cybersecurity for any organization – including one that manages over 3 million remote users for companies across the globe.
Gerry Murray; Tema Hassan; Paul Armstrong; Chris Fraser; Barry O’Donovan; Colin Peckham
The formal launch of NCL-IX, the UK’s newest Internet Exchange located at the Stellium Data Centre campus in the Northern Powerhouse of Newcastle UK.
The webinar will discuss the launch of the UKs latest Internet Exchange and how it enriches the connectivity for the North of England and positions Newcastle into the mainstream of national and regional network connectivity, making StelliumDC/NCL-IX the meeting place for data transfer from USA to Northern Europe.
Hear from the below leading executives:
Gerry Murray, Chief Communications Officer, Stellium Datacenters
Tema Hassan, Director, Product Development, Zayo Group
Paul Armstrong, Chief Digital Officer, North Tyne Combined Authority
Chris Fraser, Managing Director, Aspire Technology Solutions
Barry O’Donovan, Founder/Director, Island bridge Networks
Colin Peckham, Cloud and Interconnection Manager - EMEA, IXReach (a BSO Company)