Ooredoo launched on Saturday new secure and scalable cloud infrastructure packages for SMEs, enabling Qatar’s organisations to accelerate their digital transformation and to optimise their IT costs.
With Ooredoo’s new Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) packages, business customers can find state-of-the-art virtualised servers, operating systems, and cybersecurity. As a result, Qatar’s organisations can optimise cost by running their business applications on the Cloud, which can scale up as business grows, and provide strict security, thanks to the Qatar Data Centre.
Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operating officer, Ooredoo, said, “As Qatar’s organisations expand, they need highly-available, secure, and scalable cloud infrastructure. Our Infrastructure as a service portfolio and our highly-skilled personnel can enable our business customers to accelerate their digital transformation. By offloading IT hardware to our secure cloud, Qatar’s organisations can optimise their costs, time, and resources, and focus on business innovation.”
To prevent cyber-threats, Ooredoo’s business customers can be rest assured that Ooredoo IaaS can encrypt sensitive data, protect virtual machines from viruses and malware, and secure network traffic. Qatar’s organisations can also meet regulatory and compliance requirements, with default services such as Managed VPN Encryption, Managed IPS, and Firewall.
Ooredoo IaaS is available in four different tiers – the top-most package providing 100GB of disk space, 250GB of incoming and outgoing traffic, 8 vCPU, 16GB of RAM, and 100GB of backup space. Customers can benefit from convenient monthly billing.
Business 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.
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