The managing director of Galaxy Backbone, Prof. Muhammad Abubakar, has assured Nigerians that they will ensure uninterrupted services to both public and private sector participants involved in its organisation through support for collocation, hosting and disaster recovery for organisations.
Abubakar, who gave the assurance at this year’s edition of the International Polo Tournament in Jos, Plateau State, said that the recent launch of the Galaxy Backbone’s National Shared Services Centre (NSSC) would enable the provision of uptime Certified “Tier III” services in Abuja and “Tier IV” services in the country, respectively.
A statement by the ICT company’s head of media, Mr. Tasiu Pantami said this will strengthen their asset bases and guarantee information storage capacity for both the government and private sectors.
“To achieve this, the agency is deploying state-of-the-art digital infrastructure and applying international best practices to backstop public sector organisations’ sensitive data.
“It is also enabling a growing number of private sector organisations with digital services to facilitate their digital transformation journey.
“The huge investments in infrastructure are for the benefit of the public and private establishments and the experience of Galaxy Backbone in building, deploying and providing infrastructure as a service.
“This is an eloquent testimony to its ability to manage and continue in this line of business,” the statement said.
According to agency reports, following an official upgrade of the Jos Polo club to grade ‘A’ level, it is currently hosting 42 teams at the tournament.