Trust in business is subtle and qualitative. Trust in data centre operations and colocation services is essential.

The Ecosystem of Trust, as defined by Macquarie Data Centres, is a complex equation. Involving the critical considerations of evaluating resilience, speed, capacity, security, political stability, connectivity, risk, Environment Sustainability and Governance (ESG), sovereignty, and the infrastructure itself, it’s essential that business leaders understand trust in both data centre operations and colocation services.

This new report provides a market overview of the colocation data centre landscape from the perspective of trust:

  • Market insights into how industry growth in the APAC region reflects – and demands – increased trust in data centre partners.
  • The impact of global change and global uncertainty on data centre operations
  • Sovereignty as the defining core of trust, in particular in regional operation
  • Defining trust in data centre partnerships.

Why? Because more data, more applications, and bigger expectations from businesses and customers will lead to an increased demand for computing infrastructure.

Global e-commerce, governmental digitalisation, cloud-native technologies, and autonomous systems connected to the Internet of Things are at the forefront of both B2B and B2C experiences and operations. In this new era, trust must be the focal point for many organisations.

Access to global data that has both stability and sovereignty becomes increasingly difficult. Partner ecosystems must be able to create the agile, flexible infrastructures that companies need.

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