NTT Com Asia is addressing enterprises' needs of security, stability and network performance by announcing the availability of EnterpriseCloud.
The newly released suite of enterprise-grade cloud hosting solutions range from cost effective public cloud, highly secured private cloud to customised hybrid cloud services.
NTT Com Asia is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Communications. Its EnterpriseCloud delivers a more efficient, flexible and cost-effective cloud-based enterprise solution to facilitate Disaster Recovery (DR) implementation.
"With our extensive experience working with enterprises in Asia, we understand that security, reliability, quality service and cost control are prime considerations in cloud deployment," said Taylor Man, executive vice president, new business division of NTT Com Asia.
"We believe the DR solution will become a popular entry service to introduce cloud-based solutions to enterprises in Asia and beyond. As a trusted cloud partner, our global network connectivity and premium data centre footprint worldwide enable us to deliver end-to-end service commitments, which are compelling advantages that set us apart from other industry players."
Secondary DR site
In contrast to traditional DR solutions that require enterprises to duplicate the entire IT infrastructure in two or more remote data centres, NTT Com Asia EnterpriseCloud enables a cloud-based DR solution that allows enterprises to operate a secondary disaster recovery site in the cloud with highly redundant and scalable resources.
NTT notes that EnterpriseCloud's service level agreements and high resiliency are focused on allaying several security considerations that enterprises have over cloud deployment.
Cloud-based solutions from NTT allow for more efficient and reduced downtime and this addresses business continuity needs for organisations of all sizes.
NTT Com Asia is offering "pay-as-you-go" pricing model and elastic scaling features with its DR solution and this means enterprises will only be charged on the storage usage until additional compute resources are activated when an outage occurs.
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