Home Cloud Hyland announces, well, Hyland Cloud

There is a lot of talk about public, private, on-premise, and hybrid clouds but Hyland says the best type is its secure, privately managed, multi-instance cloud. And to save money it has not consulted marketing gurus for a name – it is simply the Hyland Cloud.

In part, it’s a rebranding of its OnBase Cloud by Hyland that provides the same OnBase software functionality of its on-premises version. Hyland Cloud will host its OnBase and ShareBase.

In part, it is about Hyland’s commitment to private (data in not co-mingled with other users), managed (24/7/365 digital and physical management by more than 50 credentialled professionals), secure (greater than a customer could provide), reliable (99.99% uptime) and local cloud that meets Australian SLAs and compliances and many other regulatory requirements.

Patrick Mulcahy, vice-president, global cloud services at Hyland, said, “With more than 13 years of cloud deployment experience and well over four billion documents stored, the Hyland Cloud is a mature and proven solution for organisations of all sizes, from department to enterprise-wide deployments. The Hyland Cloud provides a safe, secure and reliable option that enables organisations to focus on driving business solutions, removing the burden of data centre maintenance from our customers.”

The Hyland Cloud is built on multiple co-located data centres across six countries — including the United States, Mexico, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia and Japan — and provides organisations with the precise locations of their content at all times.

The Hyland Cloud is a private cloud that eliminates any instances of co-mingling of data, configured and maintained to provide maximum security demonstrated by ongoing audits and adherence to strict ISO-based policies. Authorised users can access protected, mission-critical information, while appropriate disaster recovery and business continuity commitments are simultaneously enforced.

“Our dedicated team of cloud services professionals provides continuous support for the 1.7 petabytes of data — and counting — protected by both digital and physical security protocols,” said Marc Cianciolo, manager, global cloud services at Hyland. “We hold ourselves to the highest of standards as evidenced by our strict audit protocols, and our commitment is fully reflected in the success of our 700 hosted customers.”Hyland OnBase



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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!


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