Mobily launches cloud solutions for businesses
Riyadh, November 6, 2013
Mobily has launched its private cloud service to support the business sector.
The new service is being provided in cooperation with IBM, allowing business customers to choose the dedicated computing infrastructure at their premises as scalable, secure, self-service and self-manageable, said a statement.
Starting with minimum capital, the private cloud service helps the organisation to grow as per their business demands, it said.
With the remote management, monitoring, and onsite support, the customer will be able to focus on the core activities avoiding complex day to day operation issues, high costs and implementation time.
Additionally, customers can get disaster and business continuity service, where their infrastructure will be backed up in Mobily tier-IV DC as hybrid cloud services.
Mobily inaugurated its Melgha-2 data centre in Riyadh recently. It provides support and continuity to business sector to operate without interruption. - TradeArabia News Service
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