The country’s leading enabler of digital solutions stands at the forefront of solving today’s biggest IT challenges as it expands its ICT offerings for local enterprises.
Fully aware of the daunting task of digital transformation, ePLDT now provides a comprehensive suite of solutions — the protection of mission-critical data assets through global-class data center services, the enablement of agility and lower total cost of ownership through managed, hybrid and end-to-end cloud services, the mitigation of increasing cyber threats through a class-on-its-own cybersecurity portfolio and the holistic management of information technology systems via full-spectrum managed IT services.
In ePLDT’s recently concluded event aptly themed “Let IT Be,” the group thanked customers for entrusting their ICT requirements to ePLDT and announced its newest services offerings. By adopting such slogan, ePLDT highlights its thrust of empowering businesses to focus on their growth and expansion, enjoining customers to Let their IT requirements Be enabled by ePLDT.
“As newer and more experimental practices continue to disrupt and challenge the business resiliency of our customers, we remain committed to innovating our services and offering even more relevant and expertly designed ICT solutions,” said ePLDT senior vice president and chief operating officer Nerissa Ramos on the group’s rationale for expanding their offers.
“ePLDT will continue to lead in enabling the digital transformation of local enterprises through relentlessly searching for new ways to solve real-life problems simply, efficiently, in real-time, and with a fan-building experience. We are expanding our ICT solutions not for the elegance of technology or for the curiosity of innovation, but because of the growing needs of our valued customers,” Ramos said.
Through its holistic digital business solutions, ePLDT aspires to transform the Philippines into a more digitally-driven nation and reinforces the group’s belief that technology is a primary vehicle for nation development.
Among the banner products of the suite is the group’s world-class Vitro Data Center colocation and connectivity services, which assure customers of data security and protection, data accessibility and disaster resiliency throughout its network of 10 locations situated across strategic geographies in the country.
Its most recent development is the interconnection of its ten Vitro Data Centers through software-defined networking technology, allowing for a cloud-like deployment of connections across all data centers and, in turn, more efficient implementation of data transport, backup and replication.
To further support the business continuity of local organizations, ePLDT will be opening three of the first purpose-built Disaster Recovery buildings in the Philippines located across the country, adjacent to the group’s major Vitro Data Centers. Through SDN technology, organizations can deploy disaster recovery seats in multiple locations, allowing for higher resilience in events of natural and man-made disasters.
Through their continuous investment in cloud technology, expertise, and best practices, customers can leverage on ePLDT’s best-in-class cloud capability. Their Cloud portfolio covers various competencies such as cloud resources, professional services, cloud connectivity, cloud security, and business applications, focusing on Contact Center, Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Spend Management and Productivity tools.
Another key solution offered by ePLDT is Cyber Security, which allows businesses to redefine their cyber defenses against a wide range of threats.
With ePLDT’s own Security Operations Center, cyber intelligence on potential attacks are gathered through in-house threat-hunting and global threat feeds of its trusted partners.
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