In this first issue of Insights magazine we give you an outlook on 2021: What impact does COVID-19 have on the digital society? Which developments are taking place in the field of digitization? How do the internal thought leaders of Eurofiber, Dataplace and DCspine perceive the developments and trends within the ICT sector?
The healthcare sector stands to gain the most from digitalization. Technological developments such as cloud computing, remote healthcare and Internet of Things are the perfect tools for healthcare organizations to optimize their processes.
Cloud computing enables you to increase flexibility in your ICT environment, easily adapting its use to the needs of your organization. Your employees can work from any location without major investments, and your ICT department will enjoy increased flexibility as a result of remote access and management of applications and cloud computing capacity.
The P&V insurance group has been using Eurofiber for a number of years to transmit data at high speeds and with excellent availability. Together, they have set up a robust and redundant solution that interconnects the datacenters at the Group’s two main sites.
Essent.be has grown its customer base fivefold over the past five years. As a challenger on the energy market, it knows it has to offer its customers exceptional service. That places high demands on its ICT infrastructure: all systems and data for contract processing and customer service must be optimally available.
At AGC Glass Europe the central network infrastructure is becoming increasingly important. As part of its modernisation process, the company went looking for new network partners in all of the European countries where it has a facility. The head office and two main datacenters of AGC Glass are located in Belgium.
The healthcare sector faces a major challenge due to a sharp increase in demand for care and the vital need to improve cost efficiency in their operations. ICT plays a crucial role in finding a balance between these two factors.
It was back in 2001 that the NEO (RVA/ONEM) began the process of developing its telecommunications
network through Eurofiber, which was still called B-Telecom at the time. It extended that collaboration for a further 3 years in 2006.
Van Moer Logistics has been a Eurofiber customer since 2014. We asked them some feedback about their cooperation with Eurofiber. Stijn Spooren, network manager: “Everything started with the need of an internet access when we moved all physical services to our datacenter at our headquarters in Zwijndrecht.
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