C&W Business, the business-to-business unit of Cable & Wireless Communications, has officially unveiled a suite of its cloud-based technological solutions in St Lucia.
The three-day event, which took the form of a Customer Roundtable, was held at the Almond Morgan Bay Beach Resort on January 27th, 2016 and was attended by dozens of business owners and corporate executives from St. Lucia’s business community.
A delegation of C&W Business executives and ICT product experts from across the region convened at the roundtable to present and discuss the company’s new suite of business solutions and products designed to help businesses cope in a fast-changing and competitive environment.
C&W Business offers a range of state-of-the-art solutions that include connectivity, managed network services, IaaS desktop as a service (DaaS) and co-location services, workspace solutions, small business solutions, IT solutions and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) for businesses.
The topics discussed at the Customer Roundtable included disaster recovery and cloud continuity, IT as a service, developing an efficient mobile workforce, managed security, managed WAN/LAN services and unified communication technologies. It was all designed to help the participants better understand how IT can help make them more efficient and enhance the day-to-day running of their organizations. The C&W Business team also conducted a staff training session.
Vice President, C&W Ventures Business, Diane McAuliffe said, “We are launching a new portfolio of valued based solutions on top of the world class and secure infrastructure services that we provide.” As a leading ICT provider globally, we look forward to serving St. Lucia’s business community and helping it become more competitive using the enhanced services offered by C&W Business.”
C&W Business was recently placed above international counterparts engaged in the business of technology by the Gartner Magic Quadrant report. It outranked companies such as IBM, Amazon, AT&T, Fujitsu, Microsoft, Verizon and Hewlett Packard for providing disaster recovery as a service (DRAAS).