Today, marks the launch of a partnership between CEC Liquid Telecom and Microsoft to deliver Cloud services such as Office 365 and Azure. CEC Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, is now offering Office 365 to businesses of all sizes in Zambia accessed through its leading-edge fibre network.
The full suite of Office 365 products is now available to customers in Zambia enabling them to easily and securely work with colleagues, customers, partners and suppliers in real-time, from virtually any device. This product will enable you to work easier, from anywhere. Wherever your people are, online or offline, they can securely work with the most up-to- date versions of the files and productivity tools they need to get things done. And they’ll get consistent access and optimized experiences across devices.
CEC Liquid Telecom Zambia customers can now access business-class emails, shared calendars, IM, web conferencing, team sites, file storage in the cloud and private social networking. Office 365 will be made available to CEC Liquid Telecom customers through their existing account.
In August 2017, Liquid Telecom partnered with Microsoft through the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme and is now offering Microsoft Azure as a managed service to customers in the region, enabling them access to a growing collection of integrated cloud services that developers and IT professionals can use to build, deploy and manage applications.
“Cloud computing accelerates everyaspect of your business but it only works as well as the infrastructure supporting it. As an official Microsoft CSP partner, CEC Liquid Telecom can combine the performance of Office 365 with an award-winning fibre network. Not only can you get Office 365 installed within days, but you can now pay the monthly licence fee along with your CEC Liquid Telecom monthly fee – here in Zambia.”
Source: CEC Liquid Telecom