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iIand Opens Canadian Cloud Region With New Data Center Facility in Toronto

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New Location Marks 10th iland Global Cloud Region Providing Customers Secure Access to Draas, IaaS and BaaS Services, and Opens New Markets for iland’s North American Resellers

iland, an industry-leading provider of secure application and data protection cloud services built on proven VMware technology,  announced a new cloud region in Canada with the opening of its new data center facility in Toronto, Ontario, joining nine other cloud regions in Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington, D.C., London, Manchester, Amsterdam, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney.

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The new iland cloud region provides access to the company’s full suite of secure cloud services built on iland’s Secure Cloud Platform, including Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), and backup services for Office 365, in addition to Cloud Object Storage available later in the year. The Toronto facility is iland’s first cloud region in Canada with plans for an additional Canadian location later this year.

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With this new cloud region, iland is offering additional opportunities to its existing North American channel partners and is actively engaging new partners in the region, especially those with customers using VMware and Veeam solutions.

“By extending iland services into Canada, we can better serve new customers and partners who seek the benefits of cloud computing, but must also meet Canada’s data sovereignty requirements,” said iland President and Co-founder Brian Ussher. “Many of our North American customers and partners have operations that span across the United States and Canada border. Meeting the security and environmental standards of both sides will give them the peace of mind that their data and workloads are both proximal and secure.”

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