Digitisation & the New Normal

CS Technology’s William Angle joins Digital Centre for this exclusive podcast episode, hosted by Omer Wilson. Listen in now for insights on the ‘new normal’ and the acceleration of all things digital.

In the latest episode of Digital Centre’s podcast series, host Omer Wilson talks with Bill (William) Angle, Chief Advisory Engineer at CS Technology on Digitisation and the New Normal for businesses.

Omer and Bill touch on short-term and long-term impact of COVID-19 on the digital transformation journey for organisations from a connectivity and infrastructure point of view, the need for business continuity planning and disaster recovery modelling.

Omer and Bill also discuss how resilient infrastructure has been and how the shift towards AI and automation has been progressing. Bill shares his insights around the explosion of tech, the most exciting recent developments and the most pressing concerns in the future of digitisation and technology.

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William Angle
CS Technology

Podcast host

Omer Wilson
Head of Marketing APAC,
Digital Realty

A strong leader with vast data centre knowledge, Omer has a clear strategic direction and a strong understanding of how to maximise digital transformation efforts, and ensure marketing alignment for guaranteed success.

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The future of the Digital Ecosystem

In this podcast series from Digital Centre, Data Centre Leader expert and APAC-based Marketer, Omer Wilson, will be in conversation with Technology and Industry Experts on the future of the data centre.

Today’s tech-fuelled transformation era is putting traditional data centres under unprecedented pressure. This pressure is coming from businesses, users and consumers – from every physical, virtual and cloud-centric angle. What does the future hold for the data centre?