Acronis Launches New Cyber Cloud Data Center In KL

Acronis announced the availability of a new Cyber Cloud data center in Kuala Lumpur. This new addition to the company’s global network of Cyber Cloud data centers 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. 

Acronis’ global network of Cyber Cloud data centers includes more than fifty locations worldwide. Today’s announcement marks Acronis’ first Cyber Cloud data center presence in Malaysia. With the new Cyber Cloud data center, Acronis partners in Malaysia 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.

“We live in times when the market is moving forward rapidly to cloud solutions and the cyber threat landscape is constantly evolving. Taking control of one’s data has never been more important. Where data resides and ensuring information remains secure have become increasingly important to our partner communities,” said Chan Kee Siak, Founder and Group CEO of Exabytes.

“Acronis partners and customers in Malaysia can look forward to locally hosted cyber protection solutions in compliance with Malaysian data protection legislation while also benefiting from the full range of managed cloud solutions and cyber protection solutions available via the Acronis Cyber Cloud Platform.”

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 Malaysia Cyber Cloud data center’s standards and reports include ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and PCI DSS, 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.

“A local presence is an absolute necessity for modern cloud businesses, and we are proud to deliver the Acronis Cyber Cloud Data Center in Malaysia. Every new Acronis Cyber Cloud data center launch further enhances Acronis’ network of availability, enabling our customers to meet regulatory compliance and connectivity demands. With the addition of this data center, the Acronis Cyber Cloud data center network currently consists of 52 data centers and we will continue expanding our network to offer the most exceptional data protection solution available,” said Acronis SVP, APJ & MEA Sales and Global Channel, Pasha Ershow.

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