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Case Study: SIF Leverages Global Hybrid Cloud

"Carbon60 is not only our cloud hosting partner, but also a key security advisor."

The Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF) is responsible for bringing together various stakeholders from the private and public sector to advance infrastructure projects in developing countries. Seeing a need to accelerate the numerous projects, SIF developed a global collaboration platform with the help of an international advisory firm. To bring this platform to life, a global evaluation of cloud hosting providers led SIF to select Carbon60 to build and manage the underlying secure cloud infrastructure. At launch, over 20 countries and 400 people had been trained and the feedback from the early adopters was very positive with several groups eager to sign up. Here are a few reasons why Carbon60 is the ideal partner for this important initiative.

  1. Consultative security mindset to protect reputation of the global initiative.
  2. Hybrid Cloud expertise with seamless integration with Microsoft Azure.
  3. Responsive and nimble customer experience approach.
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