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Huawei Outlines its Vision to Support the Growth of Omani Enterprises

April 09, 2014

Technology solutions associated with new trends like bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and Unified Communication are crucial for mid-market enterprises to strive for success in a highly competitive landscape.

As information and communications technologies gain popularity, Huawei, an ICT solution provider, is outlining its vision to support the growth of Omani Enterprises with the implementation of flexible BYOD and Unified Communication Solutions. The company has made this announcement at COMEX 2014.

COMEX is considered as one of the most recognized ICT exhibitions in the Gulf.

At the Omani ICT event, Huawei is providing business leaders and IT managers with the opportunity to learn about how choosing the right mobility and communications tools can significantly impact productivity and bottom-line revenues. 

Coupled with the announcement that 56 percent of organizations in the region are expecting the mobile workforce to increase in 2014, market intelligence firm IDC has highlighted that nearly 60 percent of enterprises in the GCC do not currently have a robust mobility strategy.

Luo Lei, General Manager of Huawei, Oman, said in a statement, “Omani businesses are beginning to witness the influence of the rising Bring Your Own Device trend, as employees start using their own smart devices in the workplace. In order to avoid network security issues, enterprises in Oman need to ensure that they have a secure mobility strategy that can offer control, flexibility and increased productivity for an ever-remote workforce”

Huawei believes this significant growth opportunity for Omani enterprises to support its workforce to be more agile, flexible and more productive. 

The recent launch of Huawei’s AnyOffice BYOD, offers businesses a balanced BYOD solution for the Middle East region, which empowers companies to improve office security, networking, collaboration, and devices. It increases efficiency by enabling employees to securely access corporate assets on their personal mobile device.

Huawei showed how the distinct shift from simple voice to video infrastructures is fueling a growth of the unified communication market in Oman.

Edited by Rory J. Thompson

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