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SBM rolls out network for Saudi Ministry of Justice

Network to connect sites for Ministry of Justice across the Kingdom

SBM rolls out network for Saudi Ministry of Justice
(l-r) Essam Al-Shiha, Vice President of Sales at SBM presenting the gift to the Minister of Justice Dr. Mohammed Bin Abd El-Kareem Al-Issa.

Saudi Business Machines (SBM) has completed a network project for the Saudi Ministry of Justice.

The network links the Information Center of the Project Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz's for Development of the Judiciary at the Department of Justice, and 230 branches of the ministry, courts and public notaries across the Kingdom.

The project was completed in nine months, and includes IT security to prevent network intrusion, and an integrated call centre to handle enquiries from citizens and technical support staff. SBM also deployed video conferencing solutions for the Ministry.

Essam Shiha, vice president of Sales Department at SBM said: "We are delighted to be working with the Ministry of Justice in this huge project, and we are proud to be part of this success, which will help to transfer transactions and work affairs efficiently and instantly through the Ministry of Justice. We also have used global expertise in this field such as Cisco, Schneider, ABC Company and Juffali. SBM looks forward to establish a community that uses information technology fluently for the purpose of adequate communication and for more efficient and fast data transfer."

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