Software provider Hyland have undergone a data center expansion in Canada by launching two new hubs. With this expansion, Hyland aims to cater to the rising demand for cloud-based services in order to support its content services product portfolio that includes OnBase, ShareBase and Brainware cloud hosting platforms.
Hyland say that the Canadian market has adopted cloud products rather quickly to support their business processes and operational efficiencies. They say that enterprises that have deployed the cloud, expect a high standard of data encryption as well as sovereignty when it comes to protecting their mission-critical workloads.
By launching two new data centers in Canada, Hyland claim that enterprises can leverage cloud-based information management solution that maintains, stores and protects a large amount of data along with business continuity prowess. They believe that enterprises can make the most out of their cloud platforms like ShareBase, OnBase and Brainware that maintain a high-level of digital and physical security protocols.
Speaking about the expansion, Marc Cianciolo, Director of Global Cloud Services at Hyland, commented:
As the most tenured cloud content services vendor, we remain dedicated to providing our global customer base with the scalable solutions they need, deployed the way they want.
The new data centers in Canada deliver safe, secure and reliable hosting options for Canadian organizations looking to transform business processes and gain operational efficiency.