Information Technology company Fujitsu have launched Protected Cloud to provide IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), Backup and DaaS (Desktop-as-a-Service) solutions to government agencies by partnering with Vault Systems. With this launch, Fujitsu aims to increase productivity, business functionality and data security for their customer by leveraging the cloud.
Fujitsu say that the government agencies and organizations are setting up business goals by building on the foundation of the cloud. They claim that this move has been made by government agencies to accelerate their transformation to digital powerhouses.
Since the dependencies on the cloud have increased for government agencies, Fujitsu claim that they partnered with vault systems to provide a cloud-based platform that will help these organizations improve their data security, productivity and business functionality. With this Protected Cloud solution, Fujitsu say that they will be able to meet the evolving digital needs of government organizations.
Explaining this, Mike Foster, CEO at Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, commented:
Fujitsu’s protected cloud initiative offers a way to meet sophisticated operational demands while future-proofing government infrastructure against ever-evolving business needs and technology offerings.
With government agencies aggressively adopting cloud-first strategies, security has been a key concern. The Fujitsu Protected Cloud solution addresses those security concerns and delivers increased workforce adaptability and mobility.
According to Vault Systems, the alliance with Fujitsu will guarantee that Australian government’s data will be in safe hands. Speaking about this, Rupert Taylor-Price, CEO at Vault Systems, commented:
We believe that, as technology continues to evolve, employees need tools to enable them to perform their jobs more efficiently and effectively. With Vault’s ASD-certified cloud we can guarantee that the Australian government’s data stays protected on a sovereign cloud under Australian jurisdiction.