GBM platinum sponsor for Bahrain International eGovt Forum

Event will showcase digital solutions to support Bahrain's public sector

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GBM platinum sponsor for Bahrain International eGovt Forum GBM will be platinum sponsor for the Bahrain International eGovernment Forum.
By  Mark Sutton Published  October 3, 2018

Gulf Business Machines (GBM), will be the platinum sponsor for the upcoming Bahrain International eGovernment Forum.

GBM will be platinum sponsor and will also showcase digital solutions which contribute to enhancing the operations of Bahrain's public sector at the event.

The forum takes places on 7-8th October at the Ritz Carlton Hotel.

A key area of focus for the Bahraini government is to offer its citizens more efficient and streamlined government services over the coming years, which has been identified as a key pillar of Bahrain's Vision 2030. During the forum, GBM will exhibit its advanced technologies in hardware and software which support the government's needs around digital transformation and cybersecurity. These solutions have been developed with the goal to enhance user experience for government services and reduce costs in the long-term.

Some of the innovative solutions on display at the GBM stand will include hardware solutions such as the Nutanix Hyperconverged system and the Rubrik system for data backup and protection, software solutions such as the IBM Blockchain and Chatbot solutions, and the comprehensive GBM Security Framework.

"Over the years, the Bahrain International eGovernment Forum has been recognized as one of the foremost ICT forums in the Kingdom, and we are honored to be present at this year's event as a Platinum Sponsor," said Abdulla Ishaq, General Manager, GBM Bahrain. "We believe the forum is a strong platform for the industry to come together to showcase innovations and share best practices. It also gives us the opportunity to engage industry players to brainstorm innovative solutions that will help achieve the government's vision for digital transformation and blockchain technologies."

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