Tata Communications has been positioned for the first time by Gartner in its 2017 Magic Quadrant for Managed Hybrid Cloud Hosting, Asia/Pacific. Designed by Gartner to examine how effectively providers meet the current needs of business in terms of both ‘completeness of vision’ and ‘ability to execute’, 2017 marks Tata Communications’ debut in the report.
Srinivasan CR, Senior Vice President, Global Product Management and Data Centre Services, Tata Communications said: “We enable businesses to create a hybrid IT environment that combines the versatile capabilities of IZO Private Cloud and the flexibility of the public cloud with enterprise-grade security. IZO™ Private Cloud’s open architecture, tight network integration and granular footprint with 13 cloud nodes across geographies provide unprecedented control over the residency of customer data and applications – keeping up with their employees’ demands for mobile, collaborative and social ways of working. Our inclusion for the first time in the Managed Hybrid Cloud Hosting Magic Quadrant, Asia/Pacific is a testament to our continued focus on making it easy for customers to accelerate their digital transformation strategy through a cloud-first strategy.”
Tata Communications’ global suite of cloud and hosting solutions provide customers with the flexibility, scalability and security to help them thrive in today’s fast-changing marketplace.
In addition to professional services offered for cloud migration and integration, the company has acquired the Multi-Tier Cloud Security (MTCS) Level 3 certification, Singapore’s highest security management certification for cloud operations.
The company’s hybrid cloud strategy is underpinned by Tata Communications’ global network, IZO™ ecosystem, and partnerships with world’s biggest clouds – Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Office 365 and Salesforce. Today, over 25% of the world’s Internet routes travel over Tata Communications’ network and the company is the only Tier-1 provider that is in the top five by routes on five continents.