Connect from Anywhere with Ooredoo, data2cloud’s Video Calling Solution

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Enjoy enhanced communications and collaborations, anywhere and anytime, with Ooredoo and data2cloud’s cloud-based video conferencing solution, Bridge.

Powered by data2cloud, hosted in Oman and accredited by the authorities, Bridge offers cutting-edge technologies and a host of great service features for companies big and small, all at affordable prices. Helping to transform the way businesses connect, especially when facing the challenges of remote working, Ooredoo continues to position itself as the Sultanate’s data experience leaders.

Connect from Anywhere with Ooredoo and data2cloud’s Simple Video Calling SolutionSultan bin Ahmed Al Wahaibi, Chief Business and Wholesale Officer at Ooredoo, said, “Adding to our growing portfolio for businesses, our new video conferencing solution enables employees to meet face to face at the touch of a button. Thanks to it being locally hosted in Oman, our clients get the benefits of fast, uninterrupted service, the highest level of security and the reassurance of official compliance, all in one handy package. So even if businesses continue to operate from home, we are here to help them create a more productive and personal meeting experience with every conversation.”

Using Bridge Video Conference, business customers can efficiently work together using the latest technology to comment, share or ask questions, and make decisions in real-time.

Enabling seamless working with multiple devices, Bridge can be integrated with SIP or PSTN telephone lines, or existing conference rooms installations, bringing people together at any time from any location. Appropriate for large companies and SMEs, packages are available for as little as five users, and allow employees to join conferences from their mobile phones, tablets or personal computer browsers.


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