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Ooredoo Oman's Data2cloud launches DRaaS platform

Wednesday 28 July 2021 | 13:57 CET | News
Ooredoo Oman says its subsidiary Data2cloud is offering a Disaster Recovery (DR) Management platform on a pay-per-use basis. It suits every kind of businesses whether large or small, keeping systems and data safe and available, ensuring uptime, maximising productivity and saving costs. Data2cloud is managed from Ooredoo's new data centre

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Companies: Ooredoo Oman
Countries: Oman
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