Suite of ICT Solutions Showcased, Security Protection Technology
and Services Highlighted
Ooredoo’s booths at Milipol Qatar 2021 – the region’s most prominent event dedicated to homeland security and civil defence – welcomed scores of visitors looking to discover more about the latest information and communications (ICT) solutions designed to protect enterprises and monitor business infrastructure to mitigate risk.
Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad Bin Nasser Al Thani, Chief Commercial Officer at Ooredoo Qatar, said: “The high visitor turnout witnessed by the Ooredoo booths demonstrates customer confidence in our information and communications technology solutions. I would like to congratulate the event’s Committee on its great success, which comes despite the exceptional circumstances imposed by the pandemic.”
Sheikh Nasser Al Thani added: “Ooredoo’s strategy combines a commitment to digital transformation with a comprehensive commitment to achieving Qatar National Vision 2030, with digital business having become our focus in recent years. Through this exhibition, we had the opportunity to demonstrate our dedication to supporting the corporate sector with our comprehensive ICT offering that enables businesses to build a solid defence against cyber-threats, protecting their assets and operations, and to showcase our progress towards achieving the digital goals of Qatar National Vision 2030.”
Internet of Things solutions highlighted at the event included IoT Connect, a service that enables companies to track and manage all their networked devices, tracking tools and products online, measuring data bandwidth consumption and flagging international roaming connections. The Fleet Management solution, developed to allow companies to manage their field teams, enables the identification and dispatch of the closest and most skilled drivers with trips and activities recorded. Service calls and fulfilments per day can therefore be increased through better planning and control of vehicles and workforces.
A raft of Managed Security solutions on show included Qatar’s first end-to-end Web Application Firewall, a fully managed cloud-based service designed to protect digital presence and assets from cyber-threats such as automated bot and injection attacks, as well as application-layer denial of service. Event attendees had the opportunity to explore the most comprehensive suite of security services in Qatar through the display of Ooredoo’s Security Operations Centre, and to discover a new approach to user protection from emerging cyber threats with Cloud Web Security. A suite of world-class solutions to monitor network availability, analyse network security in real-time and provide mitigation systems to enable companies and enterprises to shield their network operations was showcased with Ooredoo’s Direct Denial of Service solution.
A third booth invited visitors to explore Ooredoo’s Azure services, offering the capability to scale up or scale down to continuously meet changing business needs while ensuring that IT costs and services are constantly aligned with business demand. Those looking to back up critical data were able to find out more about the Cloud Backup solution, and see how Ooredoo’s Cyber Recovery Solution offers integration and protection of the most valuable data.
At the close of the exhibition, Major General Nasser Bin Fahad Al-Thani, President of the Milipol Qatar Committee,Qatar 2021 – delivered the exhibition’s sponsors’ honorary shield to Sabah Rabiah Al-Kuwari, Director PR at Ooredoo.
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