Ooredoo has partnered with technological giants Huawei to host a webinar for business in the Maldives on how they can adapt to the New Normal with the help of technology.
Ooredoo said the webinar series titled, ‘Huawei Cloud Webinar – Adapting to the New Normal with Technology: How Ooredoo & Huawei Cloud can help’ is scheduled to begin on the 6th of July at 11:00 am local time.
It said that with the ongoing global pandemic, and the slow and careful transition to a ‘new normal’, the business landscape in which the companies function, have been forever transformed.
Ooredoo noted that executives preparing their business for success must not only be wary of the changes, but also strategize to overcome them.
In such, the necessity for innovative solutions in the IT infrastructure of businesses has never been greater.
Ooredoo said its MD & CEO, Mr. Najib Khan will be giving an opening note, speaking about optimizing operating technology costs in the new normal, increasing automation on a pay per use model and eliminating capital expenditure on technology.
Also speaking at the webinar would be Pyae Phyo Hein Luke, Huawei Certified Solution Architect for a talk on Cloud Computing solutions tailored to assist Maldivian business to adapt to the current business paradigm.
The webinar is focused on providing participants with a deeper understanding of cloud computing, customizations, and unlimited opportunities. The world has embraced and adapted to working from home setups which have significantly reduced operational costs, and increased overall productivity; and gaining knowledge on these trends along with local avenues for cloud support and services can enrich the possibilities for the future of the business.
Topics of the Webinar include;
- The Journey of Public Cloud
- Huawei Cloud & its vibrant Portfolio
- Limitless Capabilities with Hybrid Cloud
- Huawei Cloud's Unified solution for Hospitality
- Huawei Cloud Partner Solution -Overcoming Pandemic Period
- VMware on Huawei Cloud
- SAP on the Cloud
- Huawei Cloud’s Success Stories
Ooredoo said that those interested to join the webinar can register for free via: ore.do/webinar