Exclusive Networks hosts inaugural “Cloud First” forum in KSA

Cloud increasingly a top priority for C-level executives in the Kingdom

Exclusive Networks’ vendor partners such as Fortinet, F5, SentinelOne, Nutanix, Thales, Gigamon and Infoblox participated in the event.
Exclusive Networks’ vendor partners such as Fortinet, F5, SentinelOne, Nutanix, Thales, Gigamon and Infoblox participated in the event.

Exclusive Networks Middle East has concluded its inaugural ‘Cloud First’ conference in Riyadh. Attendees had the opportunity to meet the company’s cyber and cloud specialists and acquaint themselves with the latest technologies in the space.

Grant Taylor, general manager, KSA, Exclusive Network Middle East said, “Our inaugural edition of Cloud First in Saudi Arabia was a resounding success. With the support of our team as well as our vendors, participants at the forum gained insights on the best practices required to build the right IT strategy for their businesses. Cloud transformation is here to stay and those organisations that evolve their operations to optimise the opportunities present in the space will see significant growth. We are excited to guide customers towards embracing cloud innovations together with our channel and vendor partners.”

Exclusive Networks’ vendor partners such as Fortinet, F5, SentinelOne, Nutanix, Thales, Gigamon and Infoblox participated in the event.

F5 shared insights on securing apps in the cloud. Thales explored encryption on cloud while Fortinet discussed the key pillars to securing migration to the cloud. ‘Fighting the unknown With SentinelOne’ session was engaging while Gigamon’s talk on achieving full network visibility addressed customers’ current challenges in the space. Exabeam shed light first on how attendees can plan their SIEM strategies in a more efficient manner.

Additionally, Exclusive Networks announced the launch of the cloud competency centre – an Exclusive-led programme through which channel partners and customers can get certified as cloud specialists. It announced that it will commence training of the 50 delegates imminently.

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