Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, is launching a new Cyber Cloud data center in Mexico City, Mexico, adding to the company’s global network of Cyber Cloud data centers.
This move provides Acronis partners with access to a comprehensive range of cutting-edge cyber protection solutions, empowering them to create new services and offerings to manage their clients' data protection needs more efficiently and effectively with faster access, continuous data availability, and the added benefit of data sovereignty, according to the vendor.
With the new Cyber Cloud data center, Acronis partners in Mexico and the LATAM region will have access to a full suite of cyber protection solutions and managed cloud solutions via the Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud platform, with the added benefit of local data management and support from their service providers.
"The addition of an Acronis Cyber Cloud data center in Mexico is a huge milestone for our company and our LATAM partners. We are rapidly expanding into the market so this latest launch arms us with the juxtaposition necessary to meet the needs of local customers,” said Acronis general manager of Latin America and the Caribbean, Agustin Mella. “With each new Acronis Cyber Cloud data center, we are further enhancing the network of availability to offer the most exceptional cyber protection solution in the market.”
Acronis’ global network of Cyber Cloud data centers includes more than fifty locations in the U.S., U.K., Switzerland, France, Germany, Japan, Australia, Singapore, and other regions.
This announcement marks Acronis' seventh Cyber Cloud data center presence in North America, following the launch of the Toronto location last month.
The Acronis Cyber Cloud data centers are tailored to meet corporate and regulatory needs, enabling partners to exceed compliance, data sovereignty, and performance requirements.
Acronis' worldwide Cyber Cloud data centers adhere to the highest standards of physical security to restrict unauthorized physical access and protect the safety of customer data.
The Mexico City Cyber Cloud data center's standards and reports include ISO/IEC 27001:2013, ISO 14001:2015, ISO/IEC 20000-1:2018, ISO 9001:2015, ISO/IEC 38500:2015, ISO22301:2019, MX-574-2022, and MX-575-2022 underscoring Acronis' commitment to providing secure and reliable cyber protection solutions.
Purpose-built to provide organizations with the utmost levels of data availability, security, and safety for their critical data, applications, and systems, each facility features state-of-the-art as well as the best operational and security controls.
The Acronis Cyber Cloud data centers also follow the approach of need plus one (N+1) for greater redundancy across all hardware layers of its infrastructure, minimizing risks and eliminating single points of failure. This ensures that customers can always rely on Acronis for resilient and robust cyber protection solutions.
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