Tata Communications expands IZO Private Cloud footprint in the UAE

New private cloud nodes in Germany, United Arab Emirates and Malaysia enable enterprises to drive their digital transformation

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Tata Communications expands IZO Private Cloud footprint in the UAE Srinivasan CR, senior vice president, Global Product Management & Data Centre Services at Tata Communications.
By  Aasha Bodhani Published  July 9, 2017

Tata Communications is enabling enterprises to drive their digital transformation strategy with the release of three nodes for its IZO Private Cloud service.

The launch in the UAE, as well as Germany and Malaysia, will support CIOs to gain control over their applications by creating a hybrid, high-performance IT infrastructure where different cloud, colocation and managed hosting environments work together as one.

By giving CIOs complete control of the residency of their data allows them to meet employees' demands for mobile, collaborative and social ways of working.

The new private cloud nodes address the needs of enterprises in industries with stringent regulatory requirements, including aviation, healthcare, manufacturing, media, banking, IT, financial services and insurance, retail and e-commerce.

"In today's digital economy, enterprises' growth is fuelled by cloud-based applications and data," said Srinivasan CR, senior vice president, Global Product Management & Data Centre Services at Tata Communications.

"Yet, the sovereignty and security of these critical assets is a major concern for CIOs. As a global cloud provider with a local presence, we address these concerns by giving CIOs complete visibility and control over their entire IT estate, across all networks and devices, and empower them to drive organisation-wide digital transformation with maximum agility," he added.

The expansion of IZO Private Cloud in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific strengthens Tata Communications' ability to capitalise on the growth of the private cloud services market in these regions, which Gartner estimates the worth of more than $77.7bn total.

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