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Cloud4C aims to expand cloud-managed services to PH enterprises

Cloud managed services company Cloud4C is looking at assisting enterprises in the Philippines to sustain their digitalization efforts that started during the pandemic. Some enterprises were prepared for the sudden disruption, the others had to do it in haste which may have created a complex IT environment.

With the cloud as one of the key drivers of digitalization, Cloud4C’s automation-driven and application-focused cloud-managed services enable large enterprises to optimize their digital infrastructure and accelerate business outcomes. It supports native and hybrid cloud environments with multi-availability zones while also offering four-way disaster recovery architecture with a zero data loss guarantee and military-grade security all under a single service-level agreement (SLA).

“Our innovations will enable organizations to focus on business operations and serve their customers while we manage the technical processes for them to achieve their goals,” said Edler Panlilio, president and CEO, Cloud4C Philippines.

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Cloud4C serves industry-specific needs with total ownership of deployment, empowering companies to focus on their cloud digital transformation. Across industries, Cloud4C’s technical experts partner with and offer companies greater choices to help drive this transformation.

As organizations recognize the advantages of using a multi-cloud setup, its complexity may outweigh the benefits. Cloud4C has partnered with cloud and technology providers Amazon Web Services, Azure, IBM, Intel, Oracle, and Vodafone, to name a few.

Cloud4C highlighted risk mitigation as among the company’s focused services, which is hoped to help organizations manage threat incidents and ensure corporate data protection. It provides “a robust architectural system design, standard controls, and regular vulnerability testing and security assessments to reduce the risks.”