Globe Business, the group in Globe Telecom that serves the leading small, medium and large enterprises in the Philippines, recently launched its latest suite of cloud computing services for enterprise customers that meets evolving and varying needs of its business customers.
With Globe Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), business customers can have access to the latest technologies without the high costs of purchasing and maintaining hardware. Globe IaaS addresses various enterprise requirements in a public or private cloud configuration, depending on the specific needs of customers. It offers users the scalability and convenience in managing their IT resources and applications in a secure environment, maintained by certified engineers 24×7. As resources that support operations are placed in a virtual environment, customers can get network access and solutions on-demand, and pay only for what they use. Globe Business’ suite of IaaS solutions includes Backup as a Service, Storage as a Service and Compute as a Service.
Moderator Roger Strukhoff of the Cloud Computing Journal with members of the panel (from left) Earl Ferrer of ICTSI, Gil Genio of Globe Telecom, Lilia Guillermo of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Anthony Lau of ASTI, Henry Velasco of Sandz Solutions, Miki Sandorfi of Hitachi and Kevin Pratesa of VMware.
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