NEXTDC - Panel - On - Demand - FSI-1

Gartner predicts that by 2025 the integration of on-premises, colocation, cloud and edge delivery options in infrastructure strategies will grow by 325% - we call this ‘optionality’.

Gain access to expert insights on demand to discover how your FSI organisation can effectively leverage optionality to optimise your investments, achieve operational agility and preserve the reputation of your data.

Key Takeaways:
  • Re-thinking the fundamentals for ensuring speed to market and competitive agility
  • How partnering strategically helps to maximise the performance/value ratio and drive operational best practise
  • How to scale growth and double down on innovation; without compromising on safety, security, or reputation

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Growing pressure and scrutiny to modernise digital infrastructure combined with the uncertainty of The Royal Commission - it's overwhelming. For FSI organisations, your data centre is the heart and soul of your business and the linchpin to creating competitive differentiation in a highly contested market.

Many FSI organisations are wondering "how can we achieve faster, safely?". Leveraging optionality is an effective way to ensure your digital infrastructure will get you to your future-state compliantly and successfully - this starts with having a cloud strategy, understanding the options available to your organisation and then making informed decisions about when to engage strategic partners to help you execute in accordance with your strategy.

Meet our fsi expert panelists
David Dzienciol
chief customer and commercial officer

David Dzienciol is a highly accomplished executive with a distinguished career in Australia and across Asia Pacific. David has extensive experience in the technology industry, including Cloud computing, data centre and colocation, Cloud brokerage services, new market entry and risk management. As NEXTDC’s Chief Customer and Commercial Officer, David is responsible for the end-to-end customer experience and lifecycle including sales, marketing, customer success, product development, network operations and more. As a customer-first organisation, David works closely with NEXTDC’s key customers and verticals, leveraging his comprehensive understanding of the customer and industry, to closely align the corporate and customer strategy. David champions a strategic approach to partnering, working closely with NEXTDC’s customers to support their long-term cloud and transformation strategies, and helping them to achieve their desired outcomes.

alicia aitken
complex project advisor

Alicia Aitken is an executive with international experience and a proven track record of establishing and growing businesses and executing on strategy; having held a range of roles in publicly listed companies and the private sector. Beyond Alicia’s corporate work she holds roles as both non-executive director and advisory board member with profit, not-for-profit, government and university organisations. Alicia is a globally-recognised thought leader in project management practices specialising in investment, delivery and risk management of projects in complex environments such as Infrastructure, Aerospace & Defence, Telecommunications, Banking and Technology. Alicia is passionate about developing a national capability to deliver complex projects and programs.

Luke Stow
Resident Expert Technology Panelist

Luke Stow is an internationally accomplished chief information officer having held executive roles with Hydro Tasmania and Momentum Energy, Telstra, Cathay Pacific Airways, George Weston Foods, Origin Energy, Symantec, Harvey Norman, and the Bank of Ireland. Boasting 30+ years of experience in international business as a technology transformation executive leader and chief information officer, Luke has garnered a wealth of knowledge and expertise across myriad industries including utilities, telecommunications, retail, aviation and financial services.

nxtandtrscobranded

NEXTDC is Australia’s most trusted provider of premium data centre solutions. We provide the most secure, reliable, high-performance data centre and interconnection solutions to businesses. Our business is centred around putting customers first, and our solutions are designed with the needs of our customers in mind. We offer greater flexibility by tailoring each solution to meet individual requirements, designed to scale seamlessly and remove unnecessary friction. Our goal is to remove the complexity that comes with building and managing complex environments, therefore we take on the heavy lifting of the things that aren't core to our customers business, so they can focus on what's most important to them. With nine data centres across Australia and a rich partner ecosystem that comprises >660 clouds, networks and ICT specialty services, our world-class facilities are leading interconnection hubs that orchestrate critical connectivity. When it comes to premium data centre solutions, we are the first choice for the world's leading cloud platforms as well as Australia’s leading carrier networks and ICT services providers.