Businesses can set up office anywhere with Maxis Digital Workspace

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KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis Bhd has introduced its Digital Workspace solutions, becoming the first in the market to offer an all-inclusive managed laptop solution initiative.

In a statement today, the telecommunications company (telco) said businesses will be able to set up offices securely from anywhere by adopting the Digital Workspace all-inclusive suite of digital work tools with built-in data connectivity on an affordable monthly subscription fee.

“Customers will be able to benefit from cloud productivity and collaboration tools, complete with multi-layered security features so that company data remains safe,” it said.

The Digital Workspace is powered by the 4G long-term evolution (LTE) network for remote working and the option of shareable data pool among devices with the Maxis Business Postpaid programme while incorporating the Microsoft Office 365 business suite.

Maxis chief enterprise business officer Paul McManus said the Digital Workspace solutions aimed to equip the customers with the best tools and connectivity so they can be in control of their business growth in an increasingly cloud-driven environment.

“Our partnership with Microsoft has played a key role in accelerating Maxis’ ambition towards becoming Malaysia’s leading converged solutions provider and a preferred technology partner for enterprises,” he said.

Customers who sign up for the Maxis Digital Workspace can opt for Microsoft’s ‘Surface’ laptops with customisation of these devices for larger corporate orders based on their usage needs. 

Maxis has achieved four Gold and five Silver competency awards with Microsoft since the start of their partnership due to its success and growing expertise in delivering Microsoft solutions.

These accreditations are for solutions such as cloud productivity, data centre, application development, and many others.

Maxis is the first Malaysian telco to be a Microsoft Surface Telco Authorised Direct Reseller. – Bernama

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