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Mimecast's New Munich Office To Serve As Regional Hub For Central Europe

Mimecast Ltd. (MIME), an email and data security company, announced Wednesday its plan to expand into Germany. The company's new office in Munich will serve as a regional hub for Central Europe.

Mimecast will build a team that offers high-quality local German-speaking customer service, technical support and partner program management. Mimecast will also open two fully replicated data centers in Germany in 2018 to support the growing appetite for local data residency.

Mimecast said it is currently recruiting additional German partners to accelerate its growth and further enhance customer experience in the region.

Michael Heuer, Country Manager - Central Europe, "Mimecast is all-in on Germany with a long-term view on investment in technology infrastructure and jobs."

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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