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Etisalat bolsters CloudTalk Meeting platform to allow up to 50 participants

The move will ease the burden of remote working, whilst enterprises in the region adapt to new ways of doing business

Etisalat bolsters CloudTalk Meeting platform to allow up to 50 participants

UAE telco Etisalat has expanded its CloudTalk Meeting platform to enable up to 50 simultaneous participants at any one time. The move will be well received by enterprises across the country as they look to hone their remote working capabilities in light of the current Covid19 pandemic.
Etisalat had previously announced a three-month free access to its unified communication and collaboration platform CloudTalk Meeting, with numerous businesses and government entities using the platform to streamline their operations while they work remotely.
With its solid investment in its next generation telecommunication network infrastructure across the UAE, Etisalat is positioning itself as a regional leader in the provision of digital services.
“Etisalat is fully committed to supporting businesses in the country during this unprecedented period through solutions and services to ensure that there is no business impact on their operations. CloudTalk Meeting will enable organisations to remotely work, maintain business continuity, collaborate, and ensure smooth functioning of their businesses,” said Salvador Anglada, group chief business officer.
“With a robust backend capability that is hosted in the country, the reliable solution guarantees that businesses and all our customers have a seamless experience. The increased capacity of users per session will facilitate more team members, customers, and remote work forces to use the secure platform to meet all their business requirements.”
You can obtain free access to Etisalat CloudTalk Meeting until the 10th June 2020 by clicking here…

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