Microsoft hails cloud services

Microsoft to show investment in cloud at Gitex

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Microsoft hails cloud services Microsoft has embraced the cloud, says Fakhoury.
By Staff Writer Published  September 12, 2010

Microsoft's investments in innovative areas such as cloud services will be clear for all to see at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

It will be present at the DIC stand in the concourse area, where visitors will be able to experience the latest offerings, ranging from the highly anticipated gaming system, Kinect for Xbox 360, to Microsoft’s online cloud-based applications, such as Xbox Live; Windows Live and Internet Explorer 9. In addition, Microsoft will be present in Hall 7 showcasing cloud and enterprise solutions.

“As we have embraced the cloud, Microsoft continues to be passionate about a vision that keeps computing personal,” says Charbel Fakhoury, regional general manager, Microsoft Gulf. “Even if data does not reside on a PC, the computing experience should continue to be a personal one, ensuring that consumers have choices as to where they put their data, who they share it with, when they give other people access to it.”

He adds: “Our long-term investment and commitment to the cloud and product innovation is helping create new technologies, enhance existing products and services and explore the frontiers of next-generation computing. This year at GITEX we will be showcasing our cloud-based technology and product innovations, both for consumers and businesses. that will be the catalyst for the information age and help drive the development of a knowledge economy.”

3102 days ago

it's takes special marketing skills to relate a web browser and a gaming console to cloud computing. kudos to msft.

3114 days ago
Abdulla Hadi Al Aqrabi

I am really proud to see how much Microsoft wants to drive the IT technology and they always don’t get up any project they wants to do.

I will be always waiting to see what Microsoft will offer in the cloud computing.

I hope we can do some invocation business in UAE with the help of Microsoft in the future.

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