Jawraa to bring Microsoft cloud services to Saudi Arabia

Monday 23 February 2015 | 18:02 CET | News
Saudi ICT provider Jawraa partned with Crayon Arabia to deploy cloud services in the kingdom, funded and supported by Microsoft Arabia. The implementation of the Cloud OS Network will enable Jawraa to offer customers a range of new cloud services based on Microsoft data centre technologies. Crayon's engagement will entail a wide scope of tasks, including the environment analysis and designing the implementation course and the project architecture. It will also cover systems training for Microsoft Exchange, Lync, Dynamics ERP and other applications. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Saudi Arabia
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