May 06 2012
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Oman Data Park 'rides the cloud'
For enterprises looking to streamline their IT systems for operational efficiency, the Oman Data Park seems the best place to learn about customised solutions to their information technology requirements.
Oman Data Park (OPD) was established in 2011 and is conveniently headquartered in Muscat. It provides quality IT and business process services, with extensive capabilities to manage, enhance and support office IT and business processes, said a company release. Their tier-3 Data Centre at KOM-4 provides reliable co-location, managed hosting and other allied services, delivered through highly experienced, committed and motivated teams using innovative thinking and best practices.
The comprehensive solutions delivered by Oman Data Park, along with support services, include networking that aligns a company's communication needs with its overall IT blueprint. Oman Data Park's BPO solutions provide the strategy, solutions and services tailored to a company's specific strategic goals, helping enterprises make their IT environments safe, secure and agile.
With standard tools and processes the solutions stabilise, manage and support workplace PCs, laptops, handheld computing devices and printers.
Oman Data Park also offers extensive services in delivering disaster recovery solutions to provide enterprise-quality security. It takes a practical approach to helping structure a company's data protection strategy; by using a consultative approach they recommend the most appropriate methods and technologies to replicate mission-critical data in the most economic way possible.
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