From left to right: ASTI president Anthony Lau, Sandz managing director Enrique Velasco, and Globe Business head Jesus Romero.
Globe Telecom has announced that it has introduced the first “Infrastructure as a Service” (IaaS) offering to local businesses as part of its cloud services.
Delivered through the Globe Business unit, the company said the new cloud service represents the next phase of its communications offerings intended for customers whose telco needs continue to evolve. With IaaS, enterprises can have access to the latest technologies without the costs of purchasing and maintaining hardware. Since the equipment is outsourced to a virtual environment, customers can get network access and solutions on-demand and pay only for what they use. Whether it is storage, back-up, hardware, servers or network components, these resources can be provisioned fast and can be suited to specific needs of businesses. In addition, among the many advantages of IaaS are its relatively quick setup time and high availability.