Etisalat organises workshop for govt entities

The transition to smart government model was one of the key focus of the event
Etisalat organises workshop for govt entities

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Etisalat discussed the latest technology trends at its workshop recently held in Abu Dhabi. The workshop had more than 100 representatives including IT managers. Etisalat experts highlighted opportunities for government entities of the UAE in view of upcoming IT and telecom trends and requirements of the nation.

Improving security, increasing IT efficiency levels and the transition to smart government model were the key focus of the event.

“The workshop was held in line with Etisalat’s strategy to align with the technological needs of the government. It created a platform for the telco to showcase its solutions in the field of ICT, including a portfolio of Managed Services that provide organisations with enhanced value-addition,” said the company.

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