ManageEngine now EU data compliant through hosting in Amsterdam and Dublin

by Agency News   11 February, 2017
ManageEngine now EU data compliant through hosting in Amsterdam and Dublin

Rajesh Ganesan, Director of Product Management at ManageEngine.

ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, announced the opening of its two new ISO 27001-certified datacentres in the European Union, one in Amsterdam, Netherlands and another in Dublin, Ireland. This announcement is a part of its efforts to help IT teams move operations seamlessly to the cloud while adhering to the data privacy and security standards of the European Union.

With cloud adoption in Europe on a trend of high growth, software vendors are taking steps to protect customer data. To remove security concerns associated with the cloud, the new ManageEngine datacentres are certified Service Organisation Controls SOC Type II and reinforce the company’s efforts to facilitate cloud adoption by IT teams in the European Union.

“Our European customers are subject to some of the world’s strictest data privacy regulations, which apply to both on-premises and cloud applications,” said Rajesh Ganesan, Director of Product Management at ManageEngine.

“Our on-premises apps have maintained the highest degree of data privacy and regulatory compliance for years. With our new EU datacentres, we have set the same standard for our cloud apps and eliminated the privacy barrier to adopting our cloud-based IT management solutions.”

“ManageEngine is popular across Europe for its breadth of solutions and value for the money,” said Alexander Fillips, Head of Enterprise Management at MicroNova, a long-time partner of ManageEngine in Germany.

“Offering its cloud suite from datacentres within Europe is a great move that ensures privacy and compliance to local regulations. Customers in this region who have been waiting to adopt ManageEngine’s cloud offerings can now do so with confidence.”

The company also announced the availability of ServiceDesk Plus, its flagship ITSM product, from its newly commissioned EU datacentres. The service desk app is available in 12 major European languages.

Mobile Device Manager Plus, the company’s enterprise mobility management software, will also be accessible from the EU datacentres beginning February 2017. Mobile Device Manager Plus service will be available in 13 European languages and support iOS, Android and Windows operating systems.

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