Media Network Services (MNS), the leader in cloud-based recording & streaming of video meetings, today announced the launch of a REC.VC Site in Frankfurt, Germany.
Enterprises and organisations within EU can with the new REC.VC Site in Frankfurt rest assure that all their REC.VC recorded meetings are securely processed, stored and backed up within EU.
“The EU General Data Protection Regulation is probably one of the hottest potatoes for European CIOs these days,” said Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances, MNS. “As a global cloud provider we designed the cloud service so that each REC.VC Site is autonomous and fully redundant with respect to failover and backup. When EU customers select to use the REC.VC Site in Frankfurt, we guarantee that their video recordings never will be processed, stored and backed up outside the Frankfurt Site by MNS.”
“AVI-SPL has a global customer base that requires global solutions. MNS’s newest REC.VC site in Germany ensures a high-quality, and secure, video conferencing experience for our customers locally, throughout Europe, and worldwide, said Johannes Stehr, general manager, AVI-SPL Germany.
“As a video conferencing and calling cloud service provider, we know the importance of full compliance with data protection regulations,” said Kevin Bernitz, VP Product Management, StarLeaf. “With multiple points of presence throughout Europe and the world, we have invested heavily to ensure our customers have the most robust and secure protection for their data. This move by MNS further strengthens our service offering to German and EU customers.”
REC.VC Sites are today available in Ashburn (USA), Frankfurt (Germany) and Oslo (Norway), enabling customers to select the location that best fits their regulatory and compliance requirements. Customers also have the option to leverage multiple REC.VC Sites, which can be ideal for global organisations.