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Microsoft has revealed plans to deliver the intelligent, trusted Microsoft Cloud from its first data centers located in the Middle East.
The two centres will deliver Microsoft Cloud -- comprising Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365 -- services from data centres located in the two emirates with initial availability expected in 2019.
The centres will be located in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and will offer Microsoft Cloud services, comprising Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365, to help organisations accelerate their digital transformation journeys, experts noted.
Microsoft today revealed plans to deliver the intelligent, trusted Microsoft Cloud from its first datacenters located in the Middle East, empowering organizations, governments, and businesses to achieve more and recognizing the unprecedented opportunity for digital transformation in the region.
Microsoft can now deliver the Microsoft Cloud, comprising
The Emirates Group, Emaar Properties, Etihad Airways, Majid Al Futtaim, Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts, Landmark Group, Daman Insurance, RAK Ceramics, Imdaad, Gulf Air, Ooredoo, Viva, Kuwait Finance House and Dubai World Trade Center are few of the numerous leading organisations that have chosen the trusted Microsoft Cloud as part of their digital transformation journey, empowering them to evolve their business end-to-end and achieve more.
Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program will allow PTCL to offer an array of services using Microsoft Cloud inclusive of Microsoft Office 365, Azure, Dynamics 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Power BI, Windows and other value-added services across Pakistan.
By building cutting-edge technology on Microsoft cloud, Paisabazaar.
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Microsoft today said that 70 of the top 100 Bombay Stock Exchange listed companies are now using Microsoft cloud to drive their digital transformation.
The integrated solutions offer customers unparalleled control over security and privacy of data that they choose to store on Microsoft cloud storage targets such as Azure Blob storage.
The agreement will help support the growing demand for Microsoft Cloud services from Ireland.

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