Ooredoo sees strong demand for secure IT infrastructure
09 Oct 2017 - 12:07
In the face of an increasing number of vicious cyber-attacks, Ooredoo, the region’s leading ICT provider, is seeing strong public and private sector demand for secure IT infrastructure with the Ooredoo Data Centre.
As Qatar’s organisations become more mobile and connect more people and devices to the Internet, they also extend the cyber-threat landscape. Industry experts agree that Qatar’s CIOs face two major security challenges: data loss, which can be from failing hardware or human error, and cyber-threats, which can put citizen and customer data at risk. In response, Qatar organisations are heavily investing in secure data infrastructure to protect sensitive business and customer data. These actions support the National Cyber Security Strategy by the Qatar Ministry of Transport and Communications, which addresses current and emerging cyber threats and risks, and protects critical national infrastructure.
Enabling secure workspaces, Ooredoo is seeing strong success on Ooredoo Data Centre services. These services include the country’s highest-available and fastest networks, disaster recovery, and certified and scalable data centre infrastructure. Ooredoo offers business customers best-of-breed solutions from global leaders and highly-skilled experts.
“Qatar’s organisations need to prevent, protect, identify, and recover their data if data loss or a cyber-attack occurs. Ooredoo is the preferred information security partner for Qatar’s organisations, with unmatched secure data centre and cybersecurity solutions that can keep Qatar’s citizens and customers rest assured that their data is in safe hands,” said Yousuf Abdulla Al Kubaisi, Chief Operating Officer, Ooredoo.
Qatar’s businesses customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo “Best for Business”, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.