Huawei to showcase at Kuwait e-Govt forum
Kuwait, November 11, 2013
Huawei, a leading ICT solutions provider, will showcase its latest technologies at a forum to preview a range of new e-government solutions for supporting the expansion of secure and reliable online services in Kuwait.
Taking place from November 11 – 13, the “E-government Forum: Recent Trends, Security Risks and Implementation Challenges” conference will welcome attendees from across the region and be hosted at the Marriot Courtyard Kuwait.
Huawei will be collaborating with local partners to showcase an expanded portfolio of solutions including an e-Government Cloud Data Center, an e-Government Multilevel Access Solution, as well as Huawei’s latest e-Government Extranet for centralized management of communication and collaboration tools.
"Today Kuwait’s public sector is actively seeking to align people, processes, and policies so that residents have more accessible and secure ways to interact with the government online,” said Terry He, general manager of Huawei Kuwait.
“Such e-government services are however, being influenced by key trends such as the rise in mobile penetration, more people bringing their own devices to the workplace, and the need to increase inter-department coordination.
“Forums like the E-government Forum are essential in sharing best practices and leveraging these ICT trends to create new opportunities for both the public sector and the population at large.”
Joe So, vice president of Sales at Huawei Enterprise Middle East, will also be participating in a series of discussions focusing on “Service-Oriented Government on the Cloud” during Day 2 and an in-depth review of “Huawei’s e-Government Cloud Data Center Solution” on Day 3 of the conference. – TradeArabia News Service