Inetum and OVHcloud join forces to provide trusted cloud services

Inetum and OVHcloud join forces to provide trusted cloud services

Saint-Ouen, France, 10 November 2021


With data protection and sovereignty now at the heart of organisations' increasingly rapid digital transformation, Inetum (formerly Gfi) and OVHcloud have decided to team up to develop secure cloud solutions. From platform provision to migration and service management, these services and solutions allow organisations to benefit from a trusted data infrastructure throughout their value chain. The partnership confirms Inetum's ambitions in the cloud market – a priority of its strategic plan, UPSCALE23.

Fabrice Sarlat, Group VP and Alliance OVHcloud Manager, Inetum: “Faster digitalisation has amplified the demand for data security and, more generally, the challenges related to the sovereignty of services. For many players, the sovereign cloud is a guarantee of security because it helps to ensure compliance with data regulations and allows better control of digital flow. At Inetum, we have made the choice to commit ourselves fully and globally, alongside OVHcloud, to building trusted products and solutions in France and in Europe.”

Sylvain Rouri, Chief Sales Officer, OVHcloud: “We are proud of this partnership with Inetum, which has been using OVHcloud environments for many years and hosts more than 800 clients there. Our priority at OVHcloud is to work diligently on deploying new solutions that meet the highest data protection requirements, on an international scale, for the benefit of users. The development of secure cloud solutions with Inetum across the entire value chain is yet another step towards giving as many people as possible access to a catalogue of sovereign cloud solutions that respect the values of privacy, security, reversibility and transparency that we uphold.”

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