TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd’s enterprise and public sector business solutions arm, TM One, has launched a new cloud services campaign called Cloud α (Cloud Alpha) to further strengthen the enterprise and public sectors’ digital resilience.
Ahmad Taufek Omar, TM One executive vice-president and CEO, said as organisations seek to remain competitive in a very challenging business environment, cloud computing has become a new norm to provide better and comprehensive services to end-customers, and achieve cost efficiencies.
“This is especially crucial in times of uncertain market conditions owing to the current Covid-19 pandemic and the Movement Control Order, which demand enterprises and organisations to boost their use of digital tools and services, maintain higher levels of connectivity, and be more cost effective and innovative,” he said in a statement today.
He said Cloud α is the foundation that enables blockchain, chatbot, data analytics and robotic process automation to be rolled out for industry players to enhance their service delivery while keeping in compliance with regulatory requirements such as Bank Negara Malaysia’s Risk Management in Technology regulations.
“A key factor that differentiates Cloud α from other cloud services is our comprehensive offerings to align with our customers' cloud strategy. Whether they are looking at public, private, hybrid, or multi cloud, we have the solution for them,” he said.
TM One simultaneously launched its promotional packages for medium enterprises.
The Infrastructure-as-a-Service promotion consists of Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service via virtual private cloud and hybrid cloud on Azure Stack, which will ensure that live data is available within minutes in the event of a disaster, thus improving recovery point objective and recovery time objective thresholds.
“TM One is also offering a six-month free Software-as-a-Service subscription of Microsoft Teams and Office 365 to support small and medium enterprises, in addition to discounted Office 365 packages until the end of the year,” Ahmad Taufek added. -- April 6, 2020, Bernama