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The Brazilian datacenter was highly anticipated and was originally announced in December. It is the first of a set of three new managed cloud platforms, or MCPs, planned for launch by the company this year.

Dimension Data announced the availability of its mobility as a service offering for enterprises looking to simplify mobile device, application and expense management and security.

Some IT organizations are struggling to keep up with the onslaught of new devices and applications that the bring your own device (BYOD) trend has unleashed on the corporate network. Cloud-based mobility services can help businesses stay compliant and enforce security policies for devices and data, while offloading the cost and complexity associated with scaling their mobile environments quickly.

Earlier this year ING Direct Australia transitioned all of their banking procedures to an in-house private cloud solution, called Zero Touch. ING Direct is setting the standards as the first Australian bank to move entirely to the cloud. This move took around a year to complete and follows ING Direct’s initial cloud product ‘Bank in a Box’ that was launched back in 2012.

Dimension Data, a global Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) solutions and services provider, has announced it will launch Enterprise Mobility-as-a-Service (EMaaS.) The move signals the company’s intent to offer a suite of cloud-based end-user computing services on a global basis. Availability and pricing will be announced later this year.

IT solutions and services provider Dimension Data has opened a new cloud-based Enterprise Mobility as a Service (EMaaS) as the first step in a wider initiative to provide a suite of user-centric services to help enterprises manage their end user computing needs.