Manama : The Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA), has joined hands with Microsoft, to empower the Kingdom’s government entities and work more productively while improving security.
iGA and Microsoft Bahrain jointly conducted a series of training sessions at the Wyndham Grand, Manama, under the title “Government Future Direction with Microsoft” which focused on transforming the way employees work while ensuring the highest standards of security. The delegates from government
entities attended the sessions were introduced to the power of Microsoft 365 - a complete, intelligent solution that brings together the best of Office 365, Windows 10 Enterprise, Enterprise Mobility and Security.
“The iGA is keen on strengthening partnership with Microsoft in order to rise to higher levels of delivered services and cloud computing solutions -available with Microsoft – that are in line with the strategic decision of migrating to the cloud by adopting the ‘Cloud First Policy’,” stated Information & eGovernment Authority CE Mohamed Ali AlQaed. He said the partnership will enable public entities to protect user confidentiality by utilizing up-to-date technology tools, developing skills and building capabilities of human resources working in this field. iGA and Microsoft speakers demonstrated how technology is transforming the way people collaborate securely and how the company has simplified tools and licensing models to empower organisations to achieve more.
Microsoft General Manager for Bahrain & Oman Saif Hilal Al Hosni together with Enterprise Public Sector Senior Manager Hamad AlSaie highlighted how solutions such as Microsoft Office 365 as well as Windows 10 form a complete platform.