New Microsoft program provides IT network protection
Microsoft Arabia announced last month a new program to help companies build and maintain secure information technology (IT) infrastructure. The program is a multi-step campaign called Secure Connected Infrastructure (SCI) and is designed to protect corporate data and networks.
Microsoft Arabia has selected and trained seven SCI Partners to offer SCI Solutions. These Partners are covering the three main regions in the Kingdom. Among these are ACS - Arabic Computer Systems & Abdullah Fouad, 3iSolution, Specialist for Computer Systems, Al-Nafitha IT and Data Ocean, and GulfNet Solutions.
SCI is designed for enterprise and medium size business customers. There is no charge to join the program. By joining during the introductory period, a company will receive a free security assessment provided by one of the SCI Partners for company networks and IT environments. Also, during the same period of time, Microsoft will issue vouchers for free security training sessions at New Horizons Training Centers for SCI-focused products that a company acquires to enhance the security of their IT infrastructure.
Microsoft Arabia was established in the Kingdom in 1998 with headquarters in Riyadh and branch offices in Jeddah and Al-Khobar. It complements its products and services with community educational programs and technical seminars designed to transfertechnological information and updates to the Kingdom for the benefit of enterprise customers, small and medium business owners, developers, systems engineers and other IT professionals. — (menareport.com)
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