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Hyland adds two data centers in NZ as it looks to expand footprint

26 Jan 2017

Hyland has opened two data centers in New Zealand, in a move the company says will support the growing global demand for solutions hosted in its cloud platform.

The privately managed, multi-instance cloud hosting platform supports in-region customers leveraging Hyland products.

According to Hyland, the co-located data centres located in Auckland and Wellington meet the ‘rigorous standards’ for data sovereignty and encryption required by the New Zealand government, ensuring customer data is protected by the highest levels of digital and physical security protocols.

“The Hyland Cloud is flexible and responsive to unique customer security requirements providing tailored support necessary for organisations to conduct risk assessments and audits,” the company explains.

“We are expanding our footprint in the region, and with that we bring Hyland’s 13 years of privately managed and secure cloud hosting expertise to both existing and new customers of all sizes and needs,” explains Patrick Mulcahy, vice president of global cloud services at Hyland.

“By hosting information in the Hyland Cloud, organisations ensure business continuity and are able to eliminate hardware and staffing costs associated with on-premises solutions,” he says.

Mulcahy says the Hyland Cloud enables customers to adhere to strict compliance standards and keep data localised, with secondary locations, multiple copies and N+1 redundancy.

“Content is always secure and always available, with disaster recovery and business continuity commitments enforced in tandem,” he adds.

Mulcahy says the New Zealand data centres join Hyland’s expanding list of strategic sites located across seven countries that support more than 700 hosted customers throughout the world.

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