Cloud Verified: How Singtel is Inspiring Creativity & Innovation

KEN PHILLIPS | January 16, 2019

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Singtel is one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies. Based in Singapore, it provides a complementary array of workforce mobility solutions, data hosting, cloud, network infrastructure, analytics, and cyber-security capabilities. It also offers mobile, broadband, and TV services that more than 700 million people use to stay connected. Trustwave, a Singtel company, is also a global managed security services provider, with customers in 96 countries, 10 advanced security operations centers, and an arsenal of 2,000 security-minded professionals.Singtel is a trusted brand known to consumers throughout Asia, Africa, and Australia. Today, numerous businesses in 21 countries and many government agencies rely on the company and its broad portfolio of information and communications technologies and services it offers to do business in a rapidly changing and increasingly global world.

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