Druva Expands Global Cloud Footprint To Align With Brexit And Regional Data Requirements

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Druva has significantly expanded the reach of its public cloud offerings to better support customers’ unique data regulation challenges around the world. The expansion is a result of increasing global demand for cloud based data protection and information management that can meet both national and regional data protection requirements.

The new locations in Canada, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong enable companies to host their data in locations that best meet their specific requirements around data residency, location and transfer. The addition of these new cloud locations furthers Druva’s mission to support an increasing amount of global organisations in their ambitions to manage and protect data as cloud-first organisations.

“Data privacy regulations are ever changing. Each evolution of these regulations impacts global businesses and more than ever, companies need to ensure their data is protected, secure and compliant,” explains Jaspreet Singh, CEO at Druva. “Druva continues to lead in data protection and information management. By expanding the range of options available to our customers around the globe, companies can take full advantage of the cloud and ease the burden of compliance requirements.”

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