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Brunei ICT Companies Network with Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) Companies

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Brunei ICT Companies Network with Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) Companies
The Brunei Darussalam ICT companies and delegates participating in CommunicAsia 2013 were invited by Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) for a networking session with Singapore ICT companies registered with them.  The visit to the SiTF Singapore Pavilion was led by Awang Wallace Koh, Assistant Chief Executive (International Relations) from the Authority of Info-communications Technology of Brunei Darussalam (AITI).
The visit started with a guided tour around the SiTF Singapore Pavilion and followed by briefing by two ICT companies.  The first company to showcase their product was by Inspire-Tech Pte Ltd on their product know as EasiShare.   It is a secure mobile file management for enterprises and government.  It offers enterprise users intuitive user interfaces, making document sharing and collaboration easy.  The file transfer can goes up to 50GB and it overcomes Microsoft Exchange file attachment size limitation with their EasiShare Microsoft Outlook Add-in.  EasiShare also automatically synchronises documents to enterrpise storage, which can act as backups.  Lastly, it also provides a mobile apps client which gives users the ability to remotely access, create and share enterprise documents.
The second company was to brief the Brunei delegation was TreeBox Solutions Pte Ltd.  The company’s OnTalk – Secure Enterprise Communicator provides secure mobile communications.  In a single mobile application, OnTalk secures voice calls, conference calls, instant messaging, attachments and SMS on Andriod and iOS mobile devices.  The most interesting feature about OnTalk is that all the critical business contacts, business calls, messages and attachments (data) are stored securely on the enterprise or users’ OnTalk servers.  This ensures maximum assurance and security for enterprises and users regarding their communication needs.
After the briefings, the Brunei delegation mingled with the other Singapore ICT companies at the reception hosted by SiTF.  AITI hopes that through such business matching session, local Brunei ICT companies can extend their reach and contacts beyond Brunei shore.  Brunei and Singapore ICT companies can also look into areas of joint collaboration or product and services development.  One good example was the MOU signing between Brunei’s PHMD Publishing and Singapore’s LDR Pte Ltd on joint product development held at the Brunei Darussalam Pavilion yesterday.  The two companies were brought together during business matching session at CommunicAsia last year.