Zain Saudi Arabia signs a series of memoranda of understanding and agreements with workers

Zain Saudi Arabia signs a series of memoranda of understanding and agreements with workers
Zain Saudi Arabia signs a series of memoranda of understanding and agreements with workers

It consolidates its strategy in the vertical expansion of 5G applications

Zain Saudi Arabia signed 4 memoranda of understanding with 4 giants of telecom and technology companies in the world Huawei, Nokia, Tata Technology, BTAS and a managed cybersecurity service provider agreement with Fortinet. These memoranda and agreement come within the framework of Zain’s strategy to enhance its innovative capabilities and improve the service of its customers, whether individuals, business sector or government agencies, in accordance with the latest international standards, including information safety and security.

As for the memorandum of understanding with Huawei, it focuses on cooperation in the field of spreading the fifth generation network (5G) with its various services and applications within the small and medium enterprises sector, and fifth generation solutions for warehouses. The two companies will also cooperate in the field of global trends analysis and research and development in the field of the fifth generation (5G). To achieve the best value for subscribers in parallel with supporting the adoption of fifth generation technologies on a broader level in the Kingdom.

Through the memorandum of understanding with Nokia, Zain Saudi Arabia will seek to benefit from innovative use cases for Nokia in many areas, including reliable and high-speed digital business solutions, by developing 5G use cases in various aspects. This will achieve the best customer experience and improve the operational efficiency of the network. The memorandum of understanding with Nokia will work within a strategic partnership to develop and market Nokia business solutions through Zain Saudi Arabia.

On the other hand, the memorandum of understanding between Zain Saudi Arabia and Tata Technology stipulates the cooperation of the two companies in supporting the growth of the business sector through joint projects related to software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology and global contact centers, as well as the application of smart transportation and Internet of Things solutions in sectors A variety of smart waste handling, smart metering and smart city use cases.

Turning to the MoU with Saudi Arabian company Beyond Technology (BTAS), it will mainly focus on providing an integrated portfolio of security and cyber protection solutions to the business sector. The two teams will also exchange experiences in the field of Information Security Operations Center (SoC), as well as analyze and assess cyber risks and threats in the Kingdom, promote awareness of the importance of cybersecurity and review related governance requirements.

Zain Saudi Arabia has signed a managed cybersecurity services provider agreement with Fortinet, a global leader in integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, to expand their cooperation to enhance the security of Zain’s cloud services for startups, SMEs and government sectors.

Commenting on the signing of the memorandums, Eng. Saad Al-Sadhan, CEO of Business, Carriers and Operators Sector, said: “At Zain Saudi Arabia, we continue to work to attract the best and latest technologies to the Kingdom, taking into account 3 main dimensions: The first dimension is national and linked to our role as a leading Saudi company in supporting the process of comprehensive digital transformation. The second dimension is economic, which is represented by our keenness to achieve the best returns and value for the business sector, by harnessing innovative tools to support the growth and expansion of their businesses efficiently and effectively. The quality of life in the Kingdom based on the key role of innovative technologies in achieving individual well-being.” He added: “We are proud of our partnership with these prestigious and pioneering names in the world of technology and communications, which demonstrate Zain Saudi Arabia’s systematic commitment to achieving excellence through its huge qualitative investments.”

Parallel to its developmental steps to provide the best services and innovative products. Zain Saudi Arabia is keen to achieve alignment with the regulatory assets and international standards that sponsor these activities, as the company recently obtained two ISO certificates: ISO 27017 and ISO 27018 within the group of ISO 27001 ISMS certificates for information security management systems, specifically security management for computing service providers. This is in addition to having previously obtained two ISO certificates: ISO 9001: 2015 (QMS) and ISO 27001: 2013 (ISMS), which confirm the company’s ability to provide products and services that meet customer requirements and constantly applicable legal and regulatory requirements, as well as maintaining a system Managing and continually improving information security, along with requirements for assessing and addressing information security risks.

Zain Saudi Arabia signs a series of memoranda of understanding and agreements with technology giants

Sabq electronic newspaper
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2021-10-28

Zain Saudi Arabia signed 4 memoranda of understanding with 4 giants of telecom and technology companies in the world Huawei, Nokia, Tata Technology, BTAS and a managed cybersecurity service provider agreement with Fortinet. These memoranda and agreement come within the framework of Zain’s strategy to enhance its innovative capabilities and improve the service of its customers, whether individuals, business sector or government agencies, in accordance with the latest international standards, including information safety and security.

As for the memorandum of understanding with Huawei, it focuses on cooperation in the field of spreading the fifth generation network (5G) with its various services and applications within the small and medium enterprises sector, and fifth generation solutions for warehouses. The two companies will also cooperate in the field of global trends analysis and research and development in the field of the fifth generation (5G). To achieve the best value for subscribers in parallel with supporting the adoption of fifth generation technologies on a broader level in the Kingdom.

Through the memorandum of understanding with Nokia, Zain Saudi Arabia will seek to benefit from innovative use cases for Nokia in many areas, including reliable and high-speed digital business solutions, by developing 5G use cases in various aspects. This will achieve the best customer experience and improve the operational efficiency of the network. The memorandum of understanding with Nokia will work within a strategic partnership to develop and market Nokia business solutions through Zain Saudi Arabia.

On the other hand, the memorandum of understanding between Zain Saudi Arabia and Tata Technology stipulates the cooperation of the two companies in supporting the growth of the business sector through joint projects related to software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology and global contact centers, as well as the application of smart transportation and Internet of Things solutions in sectors A variety of smart waste handling, smart metering and smart city use cases.

Turning to the MoU with Saudi Arabian company Beyond Technology (BTAS), it will mainly focus on providing an integrated portfolio of security and cyber protection solutions to the business sector. The two teams will also exchange experiences in the field of the Information Security Operations Center (SoC), as well as analyze and assess cyber risks and threats in the Kingdom, promote awareness of the importance of cybersecurity and review related governance requirements.

Zain Saudi Arabia has signed a managed cybersecurity services provider agreement with Fortinet, a global leader in integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, to expand their cooperation to enhance the security of Zain’s cloud services for startups, SMEs and government sectors.

Commenting on the signing of the memorandums, Eng. Saad Al-Sadhan, CEO of Business, Carriers and Operators Sector, said: “At Zain Saudi Arabia, we continue to work to attract the best and latest technologies to the Kingdom, taking into account 3 main dimensions: The first dimension is national and linked to our role as a leading Saudi company in supporting the process of comprehensive digital transformation. The second dimension is economic, which is represented by our keenness to achieve the best returns and value for the business sector, by harnessing innovative tools to support the growth and expansion of their businesses efficiently and effectively. He added: “We are proud of our partnership with these prestigious and pioneering names in the world of technology and communications, which demonstrate Zain Saudi Arabia’s systematic commitment to achieving excellence through its huge qualitative investments.”

Parallel to its developmental steps to provide the best services and innovative products. Zain Saudi Arabia is keen to achieve alignment with the regulatory assets and international standards that sponsor these activities, as the company recently obtained two ISO certificates: ISO 27017 and ISO 27018 within the group of ISO 27001 ISMS certificates for information security management systems, specifically security management for computing service providers. This is in addition to having previously obtained two ISO certificates: ISO 9001: 2015 (QMS) and ISO 27001: 2013 (ISMS), which confirm the company’s ability to provide products and services that meet customer requirements and constantly applicable legal and regulatory requirements, as well as maintaining a system Managing and continually improving information security, along with requirements for assessing and addressing information security risks.

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It consolidates its strategy in the vertical expansion of 5G applications

Zain Saudi Arabia signed 4 memoranda of understanding with 4 giants of telecom and technology companies in the world Huawei, Nokia, Tata Technology, BTAS and a managed cybersecurity service provider agreement with Fortinet. These memoranda and agreement come within the framework of Zain’s strategy to enhance its innovative capabilities and improve the service of its customers, whether individuals, business sector or government agencies, in accordance with the latest international standards, including information safety and security.

As for the memorandum of understanding with Huawei, it focuses on cooperation in the field of spreading the fifth generation network (5G) with its various services and applications within the small and medium enterprises sector, and fifth generation solutions for warehouses. The two companies will also cooperate in the field of global trends analysis and research and development in the field of the fifth generation (5G). To achieve the best value for subscribers in parallel with supporting the adoption of fifth generation technologies on a broader level in the Kingdom.

Through the memorandum of understanding with Nokia, Zain Saudi Arabia will seek to benefit from innovative use cases for Nokia in many areas, including reliable and high-speed digital business solutions, by developing 5G use cases in various aspects. This will achieve the best customer experience and improve the operational efficiency of the network. The memorandum of understanding with Nokia will work in a strategic partnership to develop and market Nokia business solutions through Zain Saudi Arabia.

On the other hand, the memorandum of understanding between Zain Saudi Arabia and Tata Technology stipulates the cooperation of the two companies in supporting the growth of the business sector through joint projects related to software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology and global contact centers, as well as the application of smart transportation and Internet of Things solutions in sectors A variety of smart waste handling, smart metering and smart city use cases.

Turning to the MoU with Saudi Arabian company Beyond Technology (BTAS), it will mainly focus on providing an integrated portfolio of security and cyber protection solutions to the business sector. The two teams will also exchange experiences in the field of the Information Security Operations Center (SoC), as well as analyze and assess cyber risks and threats in the Kingdom, promote awareness of the importance of cybersecurity and review related governance requirements.

Zain Saudi Arabia has signed a managed cybersecurity services provider agreement with Fortinet, a global leader in integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, to expand their cooperation to enhance the security of Zain’s cloud services for startups, SMEs and government sectors.

Commenting on the signing of the memorandums, Eng. Saad Al-Sadhan, CEO of Business, Carriers and Operators Sector, said: “At Zain Saudi Arabia, we continue to work to attract the best and latest technologies to the Kingdom, taking into account 3 main dimensions: The first dimension is national and linked to our role as a leading Saudi company in supporting the process of comprehensive digital transformation. The second dimension is economic, which is represented by our keenness to achieve the best returns and value for the business sector, by harnessing innovative tools to support the growth and expansion of their businesses efficiently and effectively. He added: “We are proud of our partnership with these prestigious and pioneering names in the world of technology and communications, which demonstrate Zain Saudi Arabia’s systematic commitment to achieving excellence through its huge qualitative investments.”

Parallel to its developmental steps to provide the best services and innovative products. Zain Saudi Arabia is keen to achieve alignment with the regulatory assets and international standards that sponsor these activities, as the company recently obtained two ISO certificates: ISO 27017 and ISO 27018 within the group of ISO 27001 ISMS certificates for information security management systems, specifically security management for computing service providers. This is in addition to having previously obtained two ISO certificates: ISO 9001: 2015 (QMS) and ISO 27001: 2013 (ISMS), which confirm the company’s ability to provide products and services that meet customer requirements and constantly applicable legal and regulatory requirements, as well as maintaining a system Managing and continually improving information security, along with requirements for assessing and addressing information security risks.

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