Microsoft Cloud Now Officially Available to Support Enterprises in Canada
FREMONT, CA: Microsoft Canada has revealed the officially availability of Microsoft Cloud to assist more Canadian enterprises. The company states that Microsoft Azure is available on local datacenter areas located in the Quebec City and Toronto. Office 365 is also providing data residency for the Canadian customers. Additionally, the Dynamics CRM Online is scheduled to be staged live by September 2016, focused on introducing the entire cloud combined with leadership across SaaS, IaaS, PaaS and hybrid scenarios.
"The opening of Microsoft's Canadian datacenters provides a unique opportunity for our technology partners to innovate and differentiate their solutions, powered by Microsoft Cloud services," comments Jason Brommet, Director of Partner Strategy, Microsoft Canada.
MediaValet, a firm offering cloud-based digital asset management software (DAMS) built on the Microsoft Azure platform announces that Canadian businesses can effectively manage their digital assets within Canada. The company is available on 26 highly secure and scalable data centers across the globe. Healthcare, government and educational organizations across the country can also join other Canadian businesses such as the National Ballet of Canada and Canadian Blood Services. The businesses have adopted MediaValet to manage and protect their marketing material, brand assets and archived content.
Microsoft cloud offers innovative solutions, cost saving options, productivity, reliability and efficiency. It also enables the enterprises of any size, involved in any sector to collaborate and excel in the business operations.
MediaValet delivers cutting-edge technologies, unique product designs and reliable customer services. The company also ensures to facilitate unprecedented user experience.
"We're honored to be one of Microsoft's top cloud partners in Canada and we look forward to working with Canadian companies, coast to coast, to help them protect and manage their digital assets within Canada," says David MacLaren, Founder and CEO, MediaValet.
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