Injazat backs Microsoft Open Door
Abu Dhabi, April 8, 2013
Injazat Data Systems, a market leader in secure and business-aligned IT services, will join CIOs and business decision makers across the region at the Microsoft Open Door event taking place on April 9 in Abu Dhabi.
Injazat Data Systems, a sponsor of this year’s edition of Microsoft’s biggest IT event organised annually across the Middle East and Africa region, adopts various Microsoft solutions and is eager to gain valuable insights on cloud computing and the consumerization of IT.
“Microsoft technologies undeniably had an important hand in shaping the global business landscape, and will continue to set the pace in evolving the modern enterprise,” said Ibrahim Mohamed Lari, chief executive officer, Injazat Data Systems.
“As an adopter of various Microsoft solutions and a driver of IT development, Injazat understands the importance of keeping abreast of the strategies, plans and visions of the world’s premier software developer. True to its name, the Microsoft Open Door will definitely lead to more opportunities for businesses wanting to achieve higher levels of productivity and profitability.”
Around 400 high-level officials, practitioners and developers across the MEA region will participate in Microsoft Open Door being held at the InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi.
Among the highly anticipated portions of the event are a keynote on major IT trends to be delivered by a prominent Microsoft executive; tailor-made track sessions on MS Windows, MS Office, and the Cloud, among others; and a Partner Expo where Microsoft partners will display a variety of advanced technology solutions. – TradeArabia News Service
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