Microsoft demonstrates breakthrough solutions at fifth Zain conference

Charles Nahas

Charles Nahas

KUWAIT: Microsoft Kuwait has announced its participation at the upcoming 5thZain Technology Conference, which will be held in the Rotana Amwaj hotel, Bahrain, from November 30th to December 2nd, 2015. At the event, Microsoft will share knowledge and showcase technology, and also use the networking opportunity to enrich existing partnerships and develop new relationships with customers in the Kingdom and region.

Charles Nahas, Microsoft Kuwait’s General Manager, said: “Technology is today a leading driver of socio-economic transformation, and many examples around us show that with the effective use of technology, entire industry sectors can be reimagined. Events such as the Zain Technology Conference enable the industry to come together, learn from each other, and together create a vision of the future for the market and the region.”

Microsoft will also be showcasing the results of its focus on ‘intelligent cloud’ and productivity with Office365, a transformational tool that allows businesses of various sizes to become more efficient and productive. The tech leader is also spotlighting future trends such as the Internet of Things, data analytics, and many other products and solutions. Technology showcases around these will be on the real-world applications of these concepts, showing the future of the Enterprise, SME and the Consumer.

“Zain has been a valued partner of Microsoft for several years, and the Zain Technology Conference has evolved into one of the region’s premier events of its kind. We look forward to demonstrating the latest cloud and mobility solutions at this year’s event, and engaging with our community and peers”, Nahas added.
Microsoft will bring its expertise to the 5th Zain Technology Conference through a keynote speech by Mohamed Zayed- Sales Solution Professional at Microsoft. Innovation technology from the Microsoft suite on demo will be SQL, Azure, Office365 and Windows 10.

This article was published on 30/11/2015