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Sovereign Cloud: Giving Businesses a Strategic Edge

By Marcus Buckle posted Thu March 14, 2024 10:07 AM


About Rahiel: Rahiel Nasir is responsible for leading and contributing to IDC's European cloud and cloud data management research programs, as well as supporting associated consulting projects. In addition, he leads IDC's worldwide Digital Sovereignty research program. Nasir has been watching technology markets and writing about them throughout his professional life. Prior to joining IDC, he was a research analyst with 451 Research (now part of S&P Global Market Intelligence), where he covered the datacenter infrastructure and services markets across the EMEA region.

Message from IBM: IBM views data sovereignty, operational sovereignty, and digital sovereignty as the key foundational pillars of sovereign cloud, all which play a critical role in helping organizations protect their data in compliance with evolving local regulations. As enterprises look to keep data secured and demonstrate their compliance to regulators, IBM Cloud offers a variety of capabilities and solutions such as Keep Your Own Key, IBM Cloud Satellite, IBM Cloud Data Security Broker, Multizone Regions, Dedicated Regions and the IBM Cloud Security and Compliance Center to help meet these pillars. With these solutions, clients can achieve sovereign cloud requirements including data privacy, data residency, locality, resiliency,governance and authority, and transparency. IBM is committed to protecting data – where it resides – and works closely with clients to address their unique requirements as sovereign cloud needs evolve. Read IBM’s point of view:

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