Data Infrastructure

Data infrastructure is the foundation of any organization's data management strategy. It is the set of physical components that are used to store, manage, and access data. This includes hardware, software, and networking components. 

The objective of this layer in any data journey is to ensure that companies can convert real-life experiences, such as a customer call, an IOT event, into accessible and reliable data, in another word, converting physical events into digital events. 

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Tailor-made insights for the right customer

As a leading European provider of people solutions, SD Worx turns HR into a source of value for their customers’ business and the people that work for them. SD Worx delivers people solutions across the entire employee lifecycle, from paying employees to attracting, rewarding and developing the talent who make businesses succeed. SD Worx powers performance through four core capabilities: technology, outsourcing, expertise and data-driven insights.

More than 76,000 small and large organisations across the globe place their trust in SD Worx and its +75 years' worth of experience. SD Worx offers its people solutions in 150 countries, calculates the salaries of approximately 5 million employees and ranks among the top five worldwide.

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How Cloud Data Platform enables critical data workloads

Paradigm is the regional operator for digital transition and technological innovation, at the service of the public administrations of the Brussels-Capital Region and for the benefit of citizens.

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Navigating the Crucial Role of Data Infrastructure

Whether residing on a public cloud, private cloud, or on-premises, this foundational data infrastructure layer holds pivotal significance in the data journey. Its impact on data platform capabilities, operational complexity, costs, and talent retention is immense. A modern, innovative stack is integral for success, fostering attraction of skilled individuals and preventing brain drain.   
Furthermore, it is imperative to recognize that the dynamic landscape of European regulations is exerting a profound influence on the data infrastructure of businesses. Among the noteworthy directives is NIS2, which significantly affects the security of network and information systems. Additionally, the CSRD, or Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, represents a pivotal initiative by the European Union aimed at establishing uniform and standardized reporting criteria for companies, particularly concerning their social sustainability endeavors. Moreover, the GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, stands as a comprehensive legislation within the European Union, meticulously governing the collection and storage of personal data by organizations.

We specialize in transforming real-world events, both physical and digital, into trustworthy data. Our data infrastructure services ensure efficient and secure data transport, storage, and processing, empowering your organization's most valuable use cases. Discover the potential for growth and success through data-driven strategies. 

Why choose Orange Business?

  • Cloud


    We provide platform and management services for critical cloud applications, building and running the solutions, employing world-class, secure, scalable, and cost-effective environments, on private, public or hybrid cloud.

  • Talent


    Work with skilled people trained on the latest data technologies

  • Compliance


    Gain support in your data infrastructure to make it compliant by design to ensure data security, privacy, integrity and data sovereignty.

  • Eco-conceptualization


    Enhance efficiency, minimize resource consumption, and utilize renewable energy sources to lessen environmental impact.