Friday , June 22 2018
Home / business / One Tech Business Solutions and its CISCO partner at heart of digitalization

One Tech Business Solutions and its CISCO partner at heart of digitalization

One Tech Business Solutions (OTBS), Tunisian leader in IS integration, and its strategic partner CISCO presented, last Friday at a meeting with the press, the new technological trends in the digital and security field.

The event provided the opportunity to highlight the close collaboration and efforts of One Tech Business Solutions to provide its customers with a quality support to meet all of their challenges in digitalization and security of their information systems.

Digitalization had become the standard to be reached by the rise of new technologies and the democratization of application SaaS solutions, cloud and the development of mobile terminals and connected objects.

Most current networks have been designed to provide fast and reliable connectivity, but are not ready to meet the new requirements of digital transformation. An intuitive network will allow better visibility and understanding of traffic, detection of all threats and considerable time savings.

Security is also focus of all concerns, especially with the threats that companies face today. Adopting adequate and innovative solutions to ensure secure digital transformation and protect sensitive business data are key priorities of One Tech Business Solutions.

“Faced with this digital transformation, Tunisian companies have no choice but to adopt technologies to remain competitive. OTBS offers its customers the opportunity to have a road map for this digitalization and helps them to identify the immediate benefits related to automation, quality and network security, thanks to its partner of choice CISCO” said Khaled Abdeljaoued, CEO of One Tech Business Solutions.

TunisianMonitorOnline (Source:Tunisie Haut Debit)

 

About admin1156

Check Also

‘Huge boost’ for Tunisia as UK further relaxes travel restrictions

A further relaxing of UK travel restrictions to Tunisia has been hailed as “huge boost ...