IZO Private Cloud Service

Tata Communications has launched IZO Private Cloud service, giving direct control to organizations hosting the service over their critical data. Genius Wong, President for Global Network Services, Cloud and Data Center Services at Tata Communications has commented, “IZO Private Cloud is the next step on our mission to harness our partnerships, global network and data centre infrastructure. The new service puts the CIO back in control of their cloud and data center estate.”  This new services will be available in a total of 12 countries around the world, including cities such India, Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, & the US.

The service will allows users to access software on a pay per use basis, so that they do not have to purchase the entire product. In certain industries, companies prefer to maintain a private cloud over a public cloud so that their information is secure. Srinivasan CR, Vice President for Global Product Management at Tata Communications has also stated, “Most of the times customers are worried about security on public cloud, our private cloud offering takes that security concern out.”

The IZO Private Cloud service is a part of the companies’ network platform, which currently has over 20 service providers. These providers cover countries accounting for roughly eighty-five per cent of the world’s GDP. Tata Communications has partnered with the likes of Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Service, and Salesforce to offer cloud services.

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