Oman Data Park collaborates with Microsoft and Cisco to boost Cloud adoption across the Sultanate
Muscat, Sultanate of Oman , July 21, 2019
ODP rolls out ‘Azure Stack’ hybrid cloud solutions as bridging point for regulatory compliance, ensuring thousands of Omani organisations can engage customers, empower employees, optimise operations and reinvent products and services.
Oman Data Park has recently introduced the Sultanate’s first Virtual Data Centre (VDC) –Nebula, at an Iftar gathering under the patronage of Dr Salim bin Sultan Al Ruzaiqi, CEO – Information Technology Authority. OER speaks to ODP CEO, Maqbool Al Wahaibi about this new paradigm of cloud based services and the competitive edge it offers to the company. Excerpts from an interview:
Oman Data Park introduces Nebula – Oman’s first Self Service Virtual Data Centre
Muscat, May 20th 2019
Oman Data Park (ODP), Sultanate’s first managed Services and Cloud Services provider, introduced Oman’s first Virtual Data Centre (VDC) – Nebula – during their annual Iftar gathering hosted recently under the partonage of chief guest, Dr. Salim bin Sultan Al Ruzaiqi, CEO - Information Technology Authority.
Oman Data Park launches Professional Services as a Service (PSaaS)
Monday, March 18th 2019
Oman Data Park (ODP), the Sultanate’s premier managed Data Centre Services and Cloud Services provider, announced today their newest service offering – Professional-Services-as-a-Service (PSaaS) at a press conference held at the Oman Conference and Exhibition Centre.
Oman Data Park commissions its Cyber Security Centre
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Oman Data Park, Oman's leading Cloud computing company, celebrated the commissioning of the company's Cyber Security Centre at Knowledge Oasis Muscat under the patronage of His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Futtaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications, in the presence of senior government officials, board members, as well as CEO’s and senior management teams from its customers.
Maqbool Al Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park says that entrepreneurs are privileged to be provided a platform with tools to experiment and explore viable alternatives to contribute to the country's economy
Sunday, February 17, 2019
Maqbool Al Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park says that entrepreneurs are privileged to be provided a platform with tools to experiment and explore viable alternatives to contribute to the country's economy. A country’s healthy economy is based on a strong SME foundation. SMEs in Oman have been promoted by both the Government as well as private companies and play a mega role in employment generation. The Government’s contribution towards the micro and SMEs platform has resulted in adding to the GDP of Oman’s economy. Al Raffd Fund, SME authority and venture capitals such as Oman Tech Funds offer the necessary impetus to start the engines towards progression.
Maqbool Al Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park says Ready to contribute ODP’s support to the transformation of Duqm into a smart city
Monday, January 14, 2019 Interview by: Mohammed bin Ahmed Al-Shezawi
Mr. Maqbool Al-Wahaibi, CEO of ODP, said that there are many gains for companies operating in The Special Economic Zone Authority in Duqm (SEZAD) due to the adoption of smart city applications and programs. Commenting on the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), by SEZAD with the Korean side, for cooperation in the field of smart cities, Al-Wahaibi indicated that the adoption of intelligent systems contributes to reducing the operating cost of companies, speeding up their services and upgrading their performances. In addition, the use of innovative technological solutions in roads, port and mega projects operation, water and power networks and other services contributes to SEZAD’s development and improves the services it provides to locals, residents and investors.