Turk Telekom launched its Digital Warehouse Corporate product. Institutions will be able to benefit from the service, which has competencies such as internal and external file sharing, large file transfer, and simultaneous collaboration, with a monthly payment model.
Turk Telekom, one of Turkey’s leading information and communication technologies companies, launched its Digital Warehouse Corporate service. With this service, Turk Telekom aims to meet the demands of its corporate customers to store their data in the cloud, to access them easily from any device, and to collaborate on files. Thus, institutions will be able to benefit from this service, which is compatible with the Personal Data Protection Authority (KVKK), which has competencies such as internal and external file sharing, large file transfer, and simultaneous collaboration, with Turk Telekom’s monthly payment opportunity.
Digital Warehouse Corporate is a file content management and archiving system that protects all information and documents of users in electronic media by 512-bit encryption, stores all kinds of documents and allows these documents to be shared easily. With its mobile application and user-friendly web interface, all data can be accessed as long as there is an internet connection.
It distinguishes itself from its global competitors with the ability to store data domestically
Turk Telekom Product and Service Management Director Fatih Turkoglu emphasized that they differ from their global competitors with the ability to keep data domestically and said: “With the vision of protecting and preserving Turkey’s data, we continue to develop domestic cloud technologies and grow continuously with collaborations. In this sense, we offer our corporate customers cost, security, access and scalability advantages with our Digital Warehouse corporate application.”
Source: Sabah / Translated by Irem Yildiz