Onna is excited to announce that we now have a UK hosted instance of our eDiscovery and Knowledge Integration Platform bringing us closer to the needs of customers based in the UK and Europe.
Onna Extends Data Hosting Services to the United Kingdom
New York and Barcelona — 2 February, 2021: Onna, the world’s first Knowledge Integration Platform on a mission to make enterprise information accessible, useful, and private, has today launched a UK-hosted instance of its eDiscovery and Knowledge Integration Platform to service the needs of organizations operating in the United Kingdom.
This expansion provides Onna’s customers with the ability to host data within the Onna platform in line with UK data residency and data protection regulations such as GDPR. Customers who have operations in the UK will now be able to utilize Onna’s powerful connectivity and data management functions, safe in the knowledge that their data is being hosted in the same country.
For Onna, this is the first regional instance of the technology outside of North America and brings the Onna technology offering to a more international customer base. In addition, customers that have business operations in the UK will now be able to extend their relationship with Onna and use the technology to address challenges outside of their US locations.
The addition of the UK operation will be available from February 2021 and will be hosted in the Google Cloud Platform region in London, UK. It extends Onna’s capabilities globally by adding to the existing US-hosted operations.
Russ Grant, Vice President of Revenue, Onna, commented, “The UK instance of Onna brings our eDiscovery technology closer to customers in the UK, and allows us to meet their data residency requirements in line with the data protection and privacy rules in the region.” He added, “We are providing our customers with more choice. If they do not wish to have any data transferred to the US for processing or hosting, they now have the option to use the Onna UK instance. This will allow customers engaged in eDiscovery and data management projects on content hosted in the UK the ability to undertake this work without having to worry about the legal implications of transferring this data to the US.”
Onna integrates knowledge from all workplace applications, allowing anyone to unify, protect, search, automate, and build on top of their organization’s proprietary knowledge. With the rise of cloud-based and hosted workplace apps, knowledge is extremely fragmented and difficult to access in most organizations, costing businesses huge amounts of time and money in searching for their own information. Onna’s Machine Learning-based Knowledge Integration Platform can be connected to any cloud or on-premise application, including GSuite, Office 365, Slack, Dropbox, Salesforce, and many more. It supports eDiscovery, information governance, knowledge management, archiving, monitoring for private and sensitive data sharing, and building bespoke internal workflow apps using proprietary information.
With headquarters in New York City and Barcelona and teams in Raleigh, San Francisco, Toulouse, and London, Onna supports some of the world’s leading companies, including Dropbox, Electronic Arts, Facebook, Fitbit, Lyft, NewsCorp, and Slack. Onna has raised $43M from investors, including Atomico, Dawn Capital, Dropbox, and Slack Fund. To learn more, visit www.onna.com.