HKBNES, Microsoft launch joint teleconferencing solutions

HKBN Enterprise Solutions has launched new voice and video conferencing solutions based on Microsoft 365 and Office 365 (Image metamorworks / iStockPhoto)

HKBN Enterprise Solutions has teamed up with Microsoft to offer voice and video conferencing solutions to businesses in Hong Kong.

The companies have jointly launched teleconferencing solutions based on the Microsoft 365 and Office 365 cloud-based productivity platforms. The offerings are targeted at businesses of all sizes.

HKBN Enterprise Solutions is providing its high-speed connectivity and Enterprise SIP Trunk services for the joint offering, which utilizes AI technologies and software to optimize quality.

The company is offering a bundled 100Mbps business broadband service complete with three Microsoft 365 licenses for HK$928 per month, and will provide on-site activation support at no additional cost.

To ensure the security of communications, the Microsft 365 suite offers holistic cybersecurity protections, such as multi-authentication login and threat protection tools.

“Our cooperation with Microsoft brings an all-new level of convenience, practicality and cost-savings that will redefine and improve communications for Hong Kong’s businesses and their employees,” HKBN executive vice-chairman William Yeung said.

“Our goal is to provide business customers with the best possible solutions to help them achieve great success.”

Microsoft Greater China region chairman and CEO Alain Crozier added that the collaboration is aimed at helping Hong Kong businesses capitalizing on the opportunities presented by the development of the Greater Bay Area.

“In cooperation with HKBN Enterprise Solutions, we can now deliver holistic business solutions to Hong Kong companies, including our world-class productivity and AI capabilities, through a single, convenient point of contact,” he said.

“And, with HKBN Enterprise Solutions’ strong presence and robust last-mile infrastructure in Hong Kong, we can better provide solutions and services to help Hong Kong companies accelerate their adoption of cloud technologies.”

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