Tet, one of the Baltic IT leaders, continues to help Ukrainian companies to resume work and develop by providing a program of free data storage services on the Tet Cloud cloud platform for businesses from Ukraine. This program has been in place since the first days of the full-scale invasion and has already helped 38 companies.

Tet offers cloud resources for Ukrainian entrepreneurs free of charge for 90 days, provided that the application is submitted by August 1, 2022. After the end of the test period, the Latvian company will individually fix further terms of cooperation with each business. The company’s experts provide migration and backup support, as well as advise on other issues to help preserve Ukrainian business. If necessary, the company is ready to look for individual solutions for a specific business and extend the free period.

Maris Sperga, director of international business and development of the Tet data center, says: “We perfectly understand the danger to data that remains on physical servers in Ukraine, especially in places that are close to hostilities. But business cannot stop working, and we are ready to meet and help companies that can extend their activities, but need a new infrastructure. Cloud solutions are the best choice now, because they allow you to work from anywhere and have protection against cybercriminals.”

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