Bell introduces New Cloud Services in an alliance with IBM

By CIOReview | Tuesday, February 9, 2016

FREMONT, CA: Bell Business Markets merges with IBM to enhance the cloud services available through Bell Business Cloud. To boost performance and reliability of data transmission over the internet, organizations are constantly looking for a secure cloud platform. The partnership offers an opportunity for enterprises across Canada to access IBM Cloud using a high speed, secure private connection. It also simplifies the process of building personalized hybrid clouds.

"Bell is an established leader in data hosting and cloud computing, providing customers with exceptional support from an expert nationwide team," states Tom Little, President, Bell Business Markets.

In an alliance with Bell, IBM cloud provides a wide range of computing and storage services such as Backup and Restore, Bell Cloud Connect, and Bell Cloud Compute. The Backup and Restore facilitates access to IBM Cloud protecting data and applications using a secure backup location. Bell Cloud Compute offers a scalable, secure and self-serve environment for managed virtual machines. The service improves performance and effectively reduces the costs. Bell Cloud Connect deals with the aspect of connecting the most sophisticated IP network to IBM Cloud ensuring high security, performance and reliability.

Apart from cloud computing, Bell also offers services in areas covering Data centre solutions including managed hosting, virtual data centre and co-location. To enhance customer experience, the company provides Unified communications Customer experience, Network, Security, Managed services and Professional services. The collaboration with IBM will prove to be beneficial for all medium and large enterprises across the country.

"With businesses of all kinds increasingly relying on cloud services for their mission critical applications, adding IBM Cloud services to Bell Business Cloud provides customers with the seamless integration, security and dependability they expect and require," adds Tom.