The purse strings have been well and truly opened at Crises Control as the company has announced a major expansion in the Gulf, delivering services from a new data center region in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (the KSA).
The KSA has been identified as one of the fastest growing technology hubs in the Gulf (particularly Riyadh and Jeddah), and Crises Control’s announcement substantiates that.
Crises Control has seen great recent success in the KSA with high-growth opportunities emerging from organisations’ increasing need to better anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to incremental change and sudden disruptions.
Crises Control’s Managing Director, Shalen Sehgal says having infrastructure in-country creates a great advantage for organisations looking to adopt Crises Control.
“As Crises Control works with both MENA and global customers to simplify their crisis management ecosystems, it is clear that the provision of in-region and in-country data centres is a key element of building customer trust.”
“Our 2020 MENA Cloud Strategy confirms that data privacy and data sovereignty are significant attributes for organisations selecting a resilience platform. This is particularly true of organisations based in the KSA, where both government legislation and business practice mandate a strong culture of data privacy.“
With an advanced, high-availability architecture at the heart of our operational backbone, Crises Control is ready to serve both global and local markets with a world standard non-stop cloud service.”
Please get in touch with us if you want to find out more about our Middle East service offering.