We now have the ability to process and find value in a continuously growing volume of structured and unstructured data. The Equifax Cloud enables developers to rapidly innovate and data scientists to spend less time sifting and sorting and more time investigating and deciding.
More data drives better solutions. The challenge is managing the assets and massive scale of data, while respecting the different requirements that apply to different data sets. Uniquely, we moved our siloed data assets into the Data Fabric, creating the ability to ingest and analyze at scale, and enabling enhanced keying and linking of our differentiated data assets to deliver multi-data solutions.
The Equifax Cloud speeds development, deployment, data delivery, and time to market. With the Equifax Cloud, we can build something once and then deploy it with market-specific customizations that require very little engineering, speeding delivery and minimizing customer friction.
Putting our IT infrastructure in the cloud allows us to vastly improve speed and performance. The cloud allows us to complete complex data processing faster. Iterative improvements will result in reduced network latency and faster application results over time.
In the Equifax Cloud, our products, data, solutions, and services are always on and always available. Our technology offers layered redundancy and a scalable infrastructure that meets and exceeds demand to help ensure no single outage will affect customer computing performance.
Security is built into our systems, not bolted on. Throughout our migration to the cloud, we have strengthened our cloud protection and detection controls. Our cloud-native technology stack provides the opportunity to exceed an on-premise security posture as it is combined with the implementation of our comprehensive security controls throughout the development life cycle.