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Stay connected: Keeping Asia’s FSIs running across all branches

Tony Gaunt, Director for Internet Data Centres & Global Enterprise Accounts (Asia), Emerson Network Power | May 6, 2016
Tony Gaunt of Emerson Network Power talks about how edge computing can ensure seamless business continuity by improving delivery of services at the branch level and reducing the Mean Time to Repair in an outage situation.

IT decision makers at financial institutions could invest heavily in ensuring their branches are as well fortified and staffed as their main operations - or they can leverage solutions that enable IT to quickly and easily deploy and provide new infrastructure in a standardised and secure manner. The ideal solution would allow financial institutions to eliminate the need for physical IT support to travel to the site of the problem, reduce Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) in an outage situation, and most importantly, provide seamless business continuity at the branch level.

As financial institutions gear up to ride the wave of digital transformation, maintaining focus on ensuring the data centre backbone of their operations - whether at the main offices or at remote branches - is running 24/7. An effective solution that is able to help reduce manpower hours to resolve any potential issues and increase efficiency of troubleshooting remotely is necessary.



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