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Bahraini ministry drives business efficiency with cloud management

MYS (Ministry of Youth & Sport Affairs)

The Bahrain Ministry of Youth and Sports Affairs turned to cloud management of its IT infrastructure to guard against system outages, strengthen new business-enhancing processes and ensure security compliance. The move guarantees a proactive response to management and saves time and cuts costs as well.
South African cities getting better and faster IT, thanks to Microsoft’s cloud

Sebata

Sebata, a subsidiary of MICROmega, a diversified publicly traded South African services group, has been focused on helping clients in the Republic’s public (local government) sector for over four decades. Lately that assistance has been complicated by a growing client resources gap around budgets, assets and on-site tech expertise, slowing service to citizens. To solve this, Sebata, with the help of its implementation partner, XContent, has embraced the cloud — at one stroke simplifying multiple client deployment, support and cybersecurity issues.
Norwegian hospital uses innovative technology to improve doctors’ and patients’ lives

Østfold Hospital

At Østfold Hospital, doctors, staff, and patients all benefit from an innovative approach to IT. Planners mapped out information pathways and chose technology to simplify clinic work and improve the patient experience. Staff use Windows-based devices for ready access to patient data, and even the beds have gone high-tech, with motion sensors that alert nurses when patients may be susceptible to falling. With its forward-thinking vision, Østfold Hospital is poised to provide superior patient care now and in the future.
Nigeria-based pan-African giant delivering full uptime and great service to users via hybrid cloud

Dangote Industries Limited

Diversified industrial conglomerate Dangote is escaping the constraints of operating a 100% on-premises physical datacenter in a geography that can sometimes be challenging in terms of power quality and access to replacement hardware and resources by a move to a hybrid enterprise cloud. Its transition will initially center on Microsoft Azure’s reliable, useful backup and disaster recovery features while a major enterprise software app has also just been carried over to the new platform.
BioCatch Does Amazing Things with Open Source on Microsoft Azure

BioCatch

BioCatch is an Israeli ISV focused on the innovative area of Behavioral Biometric with cloud solutions for mobile and web around Authentication and Malware Detection. As a fast growing startup with 35 million users, BioCatch needed better performance on an elastic scale. The company decided to completely re-design the service’s architecture and leverage the best Open Source solutions in the market to create a modern platform that supports their accelerated business needs. The following video showcases the amazing “Microsoft + Open Source” story and the advantages Microsoft Azure provided BioCatch.
How does a leading IT solutions and service provider improve what it offers clients? By looking inward first!

UST Global Inc.

UST Global, with its global presence, needed an efficient mechanism for internal knowledge sharing and collaboration. In this regard, the company created an intranet named Kubera, few years ago. With the advancement of time, internet 2.0 and mobile technology, Kubera no longer seemed like the optimal solution that it once was. Moreover, UST embarked on a digital transformation journey in 2015 and wanted to transform Kubera into a global intranet portal.   The natural choice was Microsoft SharePoint Online. Let us understand why.
Canadian municipality modernizes IT to increase productivity, better serve citizens

Region of Peel

The municipal government of the Region of Peel in southern Ontario, Canada, had an outdated email system. Security, usability, and outages were concerns, and the ability to serve the public suffered. To address these issues, the municipality upgraded to Microsoft Office 365. Now, employees are more productive, email is more reliable, and constituents have greater confidence in a government that works more effectively.
Centralization drives sweet success

Bon Group

The Bon Group is a Kuwaiti-based food company that provides customers with a pure chocolate experience in a comfortable, relaxing yet lively atmosphere. It has 280 employees and a number of rapidly growing branches called The Chocolate Bar.
Logistics firm enables big data and analytics to transform supply chain management

Damco

Global logistics firm Damco is transforming into a digital company to digitalize the supply chain. One of the important drivers in this transformation is technology, including the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Damco gives clients more advanced supply chain visibility so they can more easily and proactively respond to supply chain disruptions, ensuring that the impact on business is minimized and end customers continue to have access to clients’ products and services.
Formula One racing team accelerates innovation and operations using Office 365

Renault Sport Formula One Team

Renault Sport Formula One Team knows it takes constant innovation and attention to detail to cross the finish line first. That’s why the team adopted the Microsoft Office 365 E5 suite for everything from email to analytics and data protection. The team uses Power BI to gain insights and streamline its manufacturing processes. And with Office 365, team members securely share information and collaborate on the best adjustments to make between races, resulting in optimal performance for the full team—on and off the track.

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