Artmotion: Data Security Is On High Priority

Datacenters are on top of the chart when it comes to IT infrastructure requirements. Being a key business parameter, Datacenters are no more counted as only an external facility for storage of information and business operation models. They are becoming a key component of all large enterprises.

Artmotion’s high security datacenters enable businesses to regain control over their data security. Rather than relying on traditional datacentres, shared hosting plans or the whim of government privacy laws Artmotion enables organizations to specifically choose to host their data in a location where individual privacy is taken seriously.

Artmotion is a leading solution for all Datacenter related services. With private clouds hosted entirely in Switzerland, companies can rest assured that their data is secure and accessible only by them. Artmotion’s solutions are underpinned by the latest technology, secure, high performance dedicated servers and military-grade encryption to safeguard data and reduce the risk of third parties infiltrating private data.

Serving businesses in around 30 countries, Artmotion serves medium to large international clients, including several Fortune 500 companies. Artmotion’s commitment to privacy is a key part of their relationship with those customers, which means that while it is not possible to publicize who they work with, it also ensures a high level of trust with customers – most customers have worked with Artmotion for over five years.

Artmotion, Offering Bespoke Secure Data Outsourcing Solutions

Security and data privacy are at the heart of Artmotion’s business, offering state of the art, highly secure server solutions for businesses of all sizes. Artmotion has a commitment to individual privacy and has worked hard to ensure that all of its customers’ data is secure. Its location in independent Switzerland means that, unlike many European datacenters, Artmotion does not compromise the security of its data by including any backdoors or “master keys”.

By refusing to compromise on data security, Artmotion has developed a hosting service that can provide businesses with genuine peace of mind – keeping their data away from the prying eyes of competitors, hackers and even governments.

According to research published by the Ponemon Institute, 83% of businesses don’t know where their sensitive data is being stored, with many not even knowing which continent their private information is currently hosted in. As cloud computing grows increasingly ubiquitous this confusion is only going to get worse, with many cloud providers distributing backups across multiple sites in various locations. As a result, while a business may be under the impression that their data is secured under one country’s jurisdiction, there is nothing to say that it won’t be backed-up in an entirely separate – and less privacy-conscious – location.

To help organisations understand these risks, Artmotion has recently published Data Danger Zones, a comprehensive benchmark of the world’s safest – and riskiest – data locations. This analysis found that over a third of the world’s IP addresses are registered in unsafe countries, while the fifty safest nations account for less than 3% of public computing – emphasizing the advantages that Artmotion’s enhanced security can provide.

Mateo Meier, the Man Behind Artmotion

Mateo Meier, the founder of Artmotion is a Bachelor of Miami International University, Miami, and CAS – Marketing & Corporate Communications from School of Management & Law – Zürich University of Applied Science.

Mateo spent the early stages of his career over in the US where he became an astute marketing director before returning home to Switzerland to setup Artmotion. Artmotion was started in early 2000 and provides highly bespoke server solutions to an international set of clients. Mateo continues to provide his insights to a range of leading publications and has gone on to open a full service marketing agency.

Mateo was only 18 years old when he founded Artmotion and fifteen years later the business has grown under his leadership to become one of the largest privately owned datacenters in Switzerland.

While speaking about his Datacenter, Mateo says, “The past year has shocked many large enterprises into rethinking their approaches to both cyber security and data privacy. Following numerous hacking scandals, corporate spying, and the complicity of several large tech firms in government snooping, businesses are finally beginning to realize that defending privacy is not only good for their customers, but also good for business.”

He adds, “Despite increasing complexity, data security is now firmly on the corporate agenda as businesses lose faith in the ability of many providers to protect their data. Having focused on security since the inception of Artmotion, it is extremely encouraging to see that the market is increasingly coming round to our view on the importance of data security and privacy.”

Further Mateo desists, “Many businesses are now being far more proactive in their approach to data security – and as far as I am concerned that can only be a positive trend.”

Website : https://www.artmotion.eu/risk-map/

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