Cloudike, a member company of the Born2Global Centre, has deployed a business cloud service in Southeast Asia through a collaboration with Naver Business Platform (NBP). Cloudike has been an active member company of the Born2Global Centre since 2016.

 

The release was done via Naver Cloud Platform (NCP), NBP's public cloud service. The server for Cloudike, which was established for NBP's new regional business activities, is located in Singapore, ensuring high-speed, stable access for Southeast Asian companies. Cloudike is available in several languages, including Malaysian, Indonesian, and English.

 

Cloudike is a SaaS cloud-based storage service, allowing companies to share and synchronize files easily. Clients can specify the exact storage capacity they need, and the service has comprehensive URL and internal file sharing options, allowing for secure, easy sharing. The shared files can be viewed immediately on a mobile or PC browser without needing to be downloaded, and without an account.

 

Large companies such as Nexon, CJ, HK innoN, and TERAFUNDING are already using an in-house (on-site) corporate version of Cloudike. In addition, 350 SMEs ranging from broadcasting and multimedia production to construction and education are using a subscription-based, SaaS version of Cloudike. These companies cite cost-efficiency, reliability, speed, security, and ease-of-use as Cloudike's main strengths.

 

Sun Ung Lee, CEO of Cloudike said, "We are delighted to expand our business cloud subscription service, which has already been tried and tested in Korea, into Southeast Asia. Given that the most important step for digital workspace transition is integrating the basics of collaboration--file sharing and management--to a cloud system, I am confident that Cloudike will accelerate the adoption of "untact" and smart work practices by Southeast Asian companies."

 

Kieun Park, CTO of NBT said, "We are helping Korea's most competitive startups in their efforts to branch out overseas. Cloudike is a cloud service provider whose technologies have already been verified domestically and overseas. We will support Naver's cloud platform in Singapore such that Cloudike can achieve success in Southeast Asia."

 

An official of ASD Korea explains Cloudike, an enterprise cloud service, to prospective clients (photo: K-ICT Born2Global Center)

 

The K-ICT Born2Global Center, a startup incubator affiliated with the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, announced on Monday that one of its member companies, ASD Korea, will supply Cloudike, its cloud service, to Indosat, a leading telecommunications company in Indonesia. 

With 70 million mobile phone subscribers, Indosat is the second largest telecommunications service and network provider in Indonesia. 


This supply contract represents ASD Korea’s success in exploring Southeast Asian markets, having already established itself in Korea, Russia, and Turkey, and is a major step toward the company’s goal of securing a leading position in enterprise cloud services. 

Cloudike will be launched as Indosat’s basic mobile application, allowing the users of Indosat’s services to upload their contact details, photos, videos, phone calls, and text messages. 

ASD Korea President Lee Sun-ung said, “Indosat is an industry leader providing services and infrastructure across Indonesia. I am confident that the excellent cloud service of ASD Korea and solid brand recognition of Indosat will come together to produce remarkable results.” 

“The overseas marketing support we have received from the K-ICT Born2Global Center since being chosen as one of the ‘300 K Global Enterprises’ has been instrumental,” Lee added.


(jshwang@heraldcorp.com)


http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161013000591

An official of ASD Korea explains Cloudike, an enterprise cloud service, to prospective clients (photo: K-ICT Born2Global Center)

 

The K-ICT Born2Global Center, a startup incubator affiliated with the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, announced on Monday that one of its member companies, ASD Korea, will supply Cloudike, its cloud service, to Indosat, a leading telecommunications company in Indonesia. 

With 70 million mobile phone subscribers, Indosat is the second largest telecommunications service and network provider in Indonesia. 


This supply contract represents ASD Korea’s success in exploring Southeast Asian markets, having already established itself in Korea, Russia, and Turkey, and is a major step toward the company’s goal of securing a leading position in enterprise cloud services. 

Cloudike will be launched as Indosat’s basic mobile application, allowing the users of Indosat’s services to upload their contact details, photos, videos, phone calls, and text messages. 

ASD Korea President Lee Sun-ung said, “Indosat is an industry leader providing services and infrastructure across Indonesia. I am confident that the excellent cloud service of ASD Korea and solid brand recognition of Indosat will come together to produce remarkable results.” 

“The overseas marketing support we have received from the K-ICT Born2Global Center since being chosen as one of the ‘300 K Global Enterprises’ has been instrumental,” Lee added.


(jshwang@heraldcorp.com)


http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161013000591

An official of ASD Korea explains Cloudike, an enterprise cloud service, to prospective clients (photo: K-ICT Born2Global Center)

 

The K-ICT Born2Global Center, a startup incubator affiliated with the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, announced on Monday that one of its member companies, ASD Korea, will supply Cloudike, its cloud service, to Indosat, a leading telecommunications company in Indonesia. 

With 70 million mobile phone subscribers, Indosat is the second largest telecommunications service and network provider in Indonesia. 


This supply contract represents ASD Korea’s success in exploring Southeast Asian markets, having already established itself in Korea, Russia, and Turkey, and is a major step toward the company’s goal of securing a leading position in enterprise cloud services. 

Cloudike will be launched as Indosat’s basic mobile application, allowing the users of Indosat’s services to upload their contact details, photos, videos, phone calls, and text messages. 

ASD Korea President Lee Sun-ung said, “Indosat is an industry leader providing services and infrastructure across Indonesia. I am confident that the excellent cloud service of ASD Korea and solid brand recognition of Indosat will come together to produce remarkable results.” 

“The overseas marketing support we have received from the K-ICT Born2Global Center since being chosen as one of the ‘300 K Global Enterprises’ has been instrumental,” Lee added.


(jshwang@heraldcorp.com)


http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161013000591

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