UAE’s G42 Cloud enters into partnership with US-based Commvault

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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UAE-based Cloud Computing provider G42 Cloud has entered into a partnership with US-based data protection and data management software company Commvault to deliver revolutionary cloud backup and recovery solutions in the UAE and the Middle East and Africa (MEA).

The collaboration intends to make an intelligent data management services platform available in the UAE.

The company stated that this platform combines data protection and disaster recovery cloud offering with the right levels of data security, governance, and eDiscovery.

As per the company statement, “The collaboration between G42 Cloud and Commvault enables secure and reliable data protection for customers looking to adopt Cloud for their applications, DBaaS, VMs, and more.”

Furthermore, both companies will join forces to explore ways of supporting government and enterprises to cut IT costs, accelerate their digital transformation journeys, and make their data secure and always available via the highly scalable and AI-optimized G42 Cloud platform.

Talal Al Kaissi
Talal Al Kaissi
CEO – G42 Cloud

“We welcome Commvault into our ecosystem of highly strategic and valuable partners. We’re pleased that G42 cloud services, focusing on data security, privacy, and governance will now complement Commvault’s intelligent data management, and disaster recovery offering to drive digital transformation for businesses across the region.”

“We are very proud of this partnership in growing our business together in the UAE and the MENA region. I am looking forward to a synergistic relationship with G42, an established service provider, to better serve our customers and deliver the ultimate in simplicity and flexibility with a world-class customer experience on their data management journey,” commented Mr. Fady Richmany, Regional Vice President & General Manager of Commvault.

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