Injazat has launched Cyber Fusion Centre that integrates behavior analytics, machine learning and provides a unified approach to neutralise threats.
Storing, analysing, and utilising big data to drive efficiencies for customers continues to remain central to Injazat delivery model. Injazat’s traditional InCloud offering, for example, which is unique in the region with colocation Tier 4, multi-cloud capability and accommodating legacy infrastructure, remains a core business.
“Injazat is co-creating digital ventures with partners through Injazat Digital Business X Division”
But we are changing and using data in ever new ways, catering to the digital platform economy by introducing new services and products including emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, and Big Data.
Supplementing this, Injazat is co-creating new digital ventures with partners through Injazat Digital Business X DBX Division by utilising a unique methodology which combines design thinking, lean start-up and agile principles.
The team brings together Injazat’s product experts with a global ecosystem of partners to lead innovations and create digital platforms across key industries including Healthcare, Finance, Education, Smart Cities, Energy and Utilities.
“Injazat InCloud, Data storage, and Apps and Emerging Technologies have seen a surge in demand”
With a lot more people spending time online and working remotely, we have seen a clear increase in migration to the Cloud. According to a report by Deloitte, it is predicted that revenue growth in the cloud market will remain at or above 2019 levels that is, greater than 30% for 2021 through 2025 as companies move to cloud to save money, become more agile, and drive innovation.
As a result, in particular Injazat traditional services – Injazat InCloud, Data storage, and Apps and Emerging Technologies have seen a surge in demand. Additionally, as users are accessing more end-devices and connecting from different networks often unsecure through remote work, Injazat clients are also presented with new threats.
Enterprises are realising the need to ramp up their security infrastructure and are therefore on the lookout for cyber security tools and solutions that oversee every component of enterprise architecture as a whole.
Security, particularly protecting information from cyberattacks and having a strong IT infrastructure that thwarts data breaches is a key parameter for CIOs and CISOs when choosing a technology partner. This also becomes a challenge if they are unable to find a solution that gives a holistic overview of cybersecurity processes.
To tackle these challenges, Injazat has launched the GCC’s first-of-its-kind Cyber Fusion Center that integrates behavior analytics and machine learning and provides a proactive and unified approach to neutralise potential threats. The platform leverages an artificial intelligence-based recommendation engine, which suggests remediation actions based on previous behavior patterns to reduce response times.
Accelerated by Covid-19 and the UAE Government’s vision to become a leader in the digital economy, Injazat sees a lot of positive developments in sectors like Healthcare, Education, Smart Cities, and Energy and Utilities. Injazat has been driving the development of these sectors – through the launch of successful projects, such as Malaffi and Hassantuk, Injazat has been able to create digital platforms that create lasting value for the communities they serve.
“Injazat has announced a strategic partnership with LTI, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company”
Yet another example is a recent partnership with the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi, DoH. Through the collaboration, they have jointly developed a Remote Care Platform that, amongst other functions, helps the DoH track Covid-19 cases and offer remote advice to Abu Dhabi’s more than three million residents.
In December 2020, Injazat announced a strategic partnership with LTI, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, to implement its new best-shore service delivery model. The model will provide Injazat’s customers with a hybrid of delivery approaches including onshore, best-shore, and cloud, and will further advance Injazat’s wider digital delivery ecosystem.
Partnerships in Injazat ecosystem are diverse and global, ranging from technology partners like LTI to start-up hubs such as Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s Tech Startup ecosystem, and Born2Global Centre, a South Korean start-up hub. Injazat is also formalising partnerships with knowledge networks in academia and venture builders all with a singular goal to accelerate our clients’ innovation by orchestrating end-to-end digital solutions.