Managed Data Service
With our managed data services, we enable companies to exploit all the benefits of cloud computing without having to become experts themselves. All clouds – even public clouds – require management. Managed cloud service providers like The unbelievable Machine Company enable their customers to focus on their core business. They no longer need to use their IT resources to complete infrastructure-related tasks such as updating memory, networks, and operating systems. As a full-service provider, we possess all of the necessary technical and commercial expertise to manage our customers’ data services.
We take care of the entire data life cycle; our managed cloud services include:
- One-off projects, permanent on-site support, or full outsourcing
- Design and development of data center and cloud projects
- Execution of TCO and ROI analyses
- Analysis of existing environments for availability, performance, and security
- System monitoring, alerting, and reporting
- Proactive communication and 24/7 support as a single point of contact
Data Security Concepts
The introduction of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has increased awareness of the right that every data subject has to determine what happens to their data. But the new regulations have left many companies feeling unsure. The legal requirement to ‘adequately anonymize’ data is a source of uncertainty in AI and big data projects in particular. We provide guidance to businesses to ensure that data is utilized in full compliance with the GDPR and other governance requirements. The benefit? Handling data in an open and transparent way promotes customer loyalty and trust.
We are certified by the TÜV in accordance with ISO/IEC 27001:2013 for data center services, including the provision and ongoing operation of such services. We are also certified by usd AG in accordance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), version 3.2. Data security is a core element of every single solution we design, regardless of whether the data comes from edge, cloud, or on-premises sources.