New Aptum offering addresses data sovereignty needs

Aptum, a hybrid multi-cloud managed service provider, this week launched Multi-Tenant Cloud (MTC), a virtual data centre offering it said provides the ability to deploy virtual machines, virtual appliances, and other services in a multi-tenant environment using a consumption-based billing model.

According to the company, MTC was designed with “today’s businesses’ needs in mind, regardless of their size. Available in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., the new private cloud service ensures an organization’s data is stored in the region where they’ve deployed it, thereby meeting compliance and data sovereignty requirements.”

“For many organizations on a path to digital transformation, compliance and data residency requirements have been problematic,” said Susan Bowen, chief executive officer and president of Aptum Group. “Additionally, running workloads in a public infrastructure isn’t simple; organizations need to consider performance, cost predictability, data security, among other areas. Our MTC solution directly addresses those needs.”

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