New data center supports production and disaster recovery for dozens of Neverfail customers, aids customer growth in APAC region

AUSTIN, TX – March 21, 2018 — / — Neverfail, provider of mission-critical cloud, business continuity, cloud workspaces and cloud file storage solutions, today announced that its new data center in Sydney, Australia, is online and serving a variety of Neverfail’s enterprise and ISV clients.

The addition of the Sydney data center is a key component in Neverfail’s ongoing global expansion of its cloud and software solution offerings, and makes it easier for customers to serve the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Like Neverfail’s other data centers, the new Sydney facility offers world-class reliability and operational excellence with full UPS power, back-up systems, N+1 redundancy and >99.99999% uptime. The state-of-the-art facilities are certified compliant with SSAE16 and ISO/IEC 27001 standards for information security management systems.

“Our distribution, VAR and enterprise customers need an ever-expanding level of geographic diversity to solve their mission-critical IT requirements,” said Paolo Di Leo, Neverfail’s Director of Sales for the EMEA region. “Leveraging the Neverfail software and cloud services throughout the world helps fill in gaps in this new cloud landscape. Our growing list of software company clients, including long-time Neverfail client Viewpoint Construction Software, are finding that the combination of our secure private cloud services coupled with our comprehensive set of software solutions gives them valuable competitive advantages.”

Viewpoint Construction Software offers a range of enterprise-class SaaS applications. Their customer base has been growing substantially and they wanted to locate a new production facility in the APAC region to improve their resources in that region.

“We decided to expand our global capabilities by deploying a set of production servers in Neverfail’s new Sydney data center,” said Ken Young, VP PMO & Hosted Operations for Viewpoint. “It’s perfect for us. It’s secure and makes it easier to close new business in APAC.”

The new data center has been online and operational since February 2018 and is already hosting production servers and disaster recovery backup services for 38 Neverfail clients.

About Neverfail
Neverfail enables IT to meet or exceed service level agreements by providing continuous availability to applications, data and infrastructure. Neverfail does this by providing bulletproof-technology, industry-leading experience, and a complete dedication to customer success. For more information on Neverfail solutions, contact the company at 512-600-4300 or visit their website at Follow Neverfail on Twitter at

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Source: Neverfail



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