Bitglass has announced new edge data centers in Bogota in Colombia, Buenos Aires in Argentina, Santiago in Chile and São Paulo in Brazil to boost its capacity in Latin America.
As a result, Bitglass users in South America will now experience faster performance, benefiting from the company’s unique PolyScale architecture on the public cloud, delivering increased performance uptime as well as scalability.
Bitglass leverages the public cloud to deliver security and performance, while the company says competing cloud security vendors are built on inelastic appliances.
Bitglass says its tests show significant performance boosts in South America via the Bitglass edge data centers, compared to direct access to SaaS apps such as Office 365.
“Adding data center capacity in remote locations in the midst of a pandemic is a pipe dream for private cloud operations – yet it’s just a few clicks away when you build on the public cloud,” said Chris Chan, SVP Engineering, Bitglass.
Bitglass offers a Total Cloud Security Platform which is designed to provide data and threat protection for any interaction between devices, apps, on-prem resources, web destinations or infrastructure.
From a single console, users can configure policies that deliver consistent security wherever data goes. Bitglass SASE integrates CASB, SWG, DLP, Threat Protection, IdaaS, ZTNA and Remote Browser Isolation.Click below to share this article