Dubai Ruler's Court capitalizes on Microsoft technologies
Dubai’s Ruler's Court has signed an agreement with Microsoft to provide technology solutions to enhance better productivity and collaboration among more than 25,000 employees within 40 government departments.
The announcement is the latest step in Dubai's ambitious eGovernment drive, simultaneously ensuring 100 percent legal status for all software used within the government, Dubai's primary advocate and enforcer of IPR laws.
The technologies being deployed at the Dubai Ruler's Court are designed to give individual users within the departments the ability to readily access and organize information, and to achieve this, Microsoft Core Servers and Office Automation Products will be the platform.
Microsoft opened its Dubai-based Middle East office in 1991. Headquartered at Dubai Internet City, the office is responsible for all aspects of the company's business in the region, covering UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain Yemen, Lebanon, Jordan, Cyprus, Malta, Egypt and Pakistan. — (menareport.com)
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