New supported data region meets ongoing privacy requirements and offers customers increased control over their data
July 19, 2023 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Moveworks today announced the opening of its first regional data center in Canada. This milestone demonstrates Moveworks' commitment to meeting the growing demands for data privacy and residency — especially in light of the evolving regulatory landscape in Canada.
Data privacy is a crucial concern for businesses in today's global marketplace. By launching a new regional data center in Canada, and most recently in the European Union (EU), we provide peace of mind to our Canadian and European customers implementing our conversational AI solutions. They can confidently use our advanced large language model (LLM) technology, knowing they have control over where their data resides.
Besides aligning with the shifting regulatory climate, Moveworks’ Canadian data center also adheres to various data residency requirements across the region. This global-first approach grants customers greater flexibility, customization, and control over their data, ensuring our services meet their unique needs.
The launch of Moveworks’ new Canadian data center and recent EU data center is a clear indication of its growth and commitment to serving its customers on a global scale. As the company progresses, its focus remains on delivering the best possible solutions, enabling users to have increased ownership of their data.
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