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How companies can leverage cloud platforms for growth and transformation

The Unleash the Power of Cloud webinar will be held on March 10, 2021.

The current crisis has led many companies to transform and change their working practices in order to adapt and thrive amidst the challenging situation. Businesses are leveraging on technology to digitise their business and interact with clients even with social restrictions in place.

Digital solutions, such as cloud platforms, make it even simpler for companies to transform their operations and expand globally and allows workers and customers to interact anytime, anywhere. These solutions also help companies to be more competitive as it empowers them with a secure network to manage and synchronise their data.

Singapore Business Review, in partnership with China Mobile International is proud to present the Unleash the Power of Cloud webinar, which will be held on 10 March at 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM SGT.

The 75-minute virtual event will delve into the interesting advances to the telecommunications services and solutions and how companies can leverage on cloud for transformation and growth. This will include presentations from guest speakers and

Confirmed presenters include:
• Chen Choon Kiat , Solution Director, China Mobile International (Singapore) Pte. Ltd
• Andrew Aw, Assistant Solution Manager, China Mobile International (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
• Paul Howell, Managing Editor, Singapore Business Review

Whether you’re a IT professional or is managing an IT-focused role, if you want to learn how to be equipped with technology for the best performance in this constantly changing world of business, this event will get you asking the right questions and exploring the full range of possibilities.

First 30 signups will receive a $20 Grab Food E-Voucher. A Cmlink Digital Promo Code and 150pcs of Bluetooth earpiece will be given for the first 150 sign ups with valid company name filtering. Also, get a chance to win an Ipad Air and other huge prizes in our lucky draw!

If you are interested in attending the conference, please contact Valerie Banglig at or at +65 3158 1386. To find out more about the event, click here. To register, click here.

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