Ooredoo becomes the first metal data management service provider in Qatar
Ooredoo Qatar, a leading regional data center and cloud services provider, partners with Commvault. This partnership will make Ooredoo the first managed service provider in Qatar to offer Metal Data Management as a Service (DMaaS).
The new partnership expands Ooredoo’s capabilities by providing a SaaS-based data protection service on the Microsoft Azure cloud. By collaborating with Commvault, Ooredoo will enrich its data protection services for enterprises, since Commvault’s Metallic portfolio includes cloud-based solutions to protect SaaS workloads such as Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics, virtual machines, endpoints, enterprise databases and more.
Thani Ali Al-Malki, Executive Business Director at Ooredoo, said, “We look forward to working with Commvault, delivering a solution that enables customers to meet their backup SLAs, retention and recovery requirements; mitigate ransomware and cyber threats; and reduce or eliminate capital, equipment and infrastructure expenditures. »
Fady Richmany – Regional Vice President and General Manager of Commvault, SEEMEA – added, “This partnership is another step in Commvault’s mission to deliver our industry-leading solutions to the Middle East region. Together with Ooredoo, we will be providing Commvault’s world-class data protection against cyberattacks and helping them get the most out of their data. Ooredoo is now a strategic partner for us building on Metallic’s incredible reception in the region. We We look forward to continuing to work closely with our partners to bring real value and impact to our customers.”
Nader Kassir – Country Manager, Qatar at Commvault – said: “We are proud that a leading telecommunications partner such as Ooredoo will become the premier metal managed service provider in Qatar. Through this partnership, we are providing the latest Commvault’s solutions to market and help businesses accelerate their migration to the cloud, protect their data from ransomware attacks and optimize their efficiency.Metallic is part of Commvault’s Intelligent Data Services Platform , enabling enterprises to proactively simplify and manage the complexity of enterprise data.
Metallic was designed to offer industry-leading data protection in support of customer data sovereignty and compliance with Qatari data protection law. To be compliant, companies must meet strict standards for accountability, security, privacy, and resilience. Metal offerings can monitor compliance policies as well as the amount and types of data stored, providing users with the expertise and capabilities needed to meet stringent compliance obligations.
Through tight engineering collaboration with MicrosoftMetallic can integrate with Microsoft Azure’s secure and compliant platform offerings and tools that help ensure data compliance at a foundational level.
Business customers can take advantage of the Ooredoo advantage, making Ooredoo the “best for business”, thanks to the breadth and depth of its talents, the best fixed and mobile networks, the broadest portfolio of services and ICT solutions and a trusted partner for 60 years.