Microsoft reveals UAE cloud platform

It means uers can access the latest technology

Microsoft reveals UAE cloud platform

Microsoft has revealed a cloud platform in the UAE letting users access the latest cutting-edge technology.

Customers in the capital will now be able to access Microsoft Azure and the Microsoft Office 365 cloud service.

It will allow companies and users in the UAE to use cloud-based versions of Microsoft Word, Access and other productivity software.

Skype is also part of Office 365’s portfolio but the telecommunications portal is still unavailable in the UAE at this time.

Last year, Microsoft confirmed that it was in talks with the UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority to allow people to use Skype but there has been no update so far.

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