The Fifth International Conference on Electronic Commerce on cloud computing was opened under the patronage of Minister of Legal Affairs HE Dr Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al Sa’eedi in Salalah.
The two-day conference is organised by Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) Branch in the Governorate of Dhofar and the Middle East Centre for Consultancy and Studies under the theme ‘Cloud Computing and Future Prospects’.
The conference contained working papers, including ‘Cloud Computing and its Economic Impact in the Arab Countries’, and ‘International and Local Experience in Cloud Computing’, as well as ‘Applications and Solutions in Cloud Computing’, and ‘Digital Transformation and the Use of Cloud Computing’.
During the conference, an open discussion session was held on several legal visions that would raise awareness on the importance of cloud computing.
The opening ceremony of the conference was attended by HE Sheikh Salim Bin Mustahail Al Ma’ashani, Adviser at the Diwan of Royal Court, HE Dr Khalid Bin Salim Al Sa’eedi, Secretary General of the State Council, Abdullah Bin Salim Al Rowas, Head of OCCI Branch in Dhofar, and experts in the field of cloud computing.
Oman News Agency