GITEX unveils Microsoft’s sustainable, hybrid work environment module


At the 41st GITEX Technology Week taking place from 17th to 21st October at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Microsoft, a technology pioneer, is all confirmed to unveil via their annual participation, its vision of driving forward of accomplishment of a better sustainable future, in line with the UAE government’s National Agenda 2030.

The firm’s participation, this year in GITEX is under the theme “Creating a Bolder Digital Future Together” and under the slogan of “Together we create a more prosperous digital future” that reaffirms firm’s commitment to the UAE, its government as well as the public.

The firm had also reported that, the Microsoft Hub will validate innovations in areas of creation of the sustainable smart cities, tools for organizations to adjust and thrive in the hybrid world.

Few amongst the core partners joining in tandem with Microsoft’s GITEX Hub comprises of: –

Digital Okta, Cloud 4C, Crayon, Liferay, Intertec as well as Jedox amongst others.

Statement from General Manager, Microsoft UAE, Syed Hashish

As per the comment from General Manager, Microsoft UAE, Syed Hashish, “The pandemic is in decline, but the world of hybrid work is very much here to stay. Together with our partners, we look forward to showcasing some of the ground-breaking innovations which will empower our customers to thrive in the digital economy and hybrid work environment.”

He also further added out that, “GITEX is a hub for innovation and an incubator for creativity in the region, the perfect place where everyone can come together to get inspired and hear about the upcoming big technological breakthroughs.”

Hashish further added out that, “We have partnered with Schneider Electric, to bring Dubai’s sustainability vision to life. Our collaboration, running on Azure and powered by the Microsoft Cloud, demonstrates how a combination of cutting-edge technologies can translate large amounts of data into actionable, sustainability focused outcomes. This will turn urban environments from being part of the climate problem into becoming part of the solution.”

He also further added out that Microsoft is regularly in quest of solutions to address the most persistent hurdles of our time, and that the firm has strengthened its efforts to present this year one of its most prominent experiences that deal with making smart cities part of solving climate challenges, in order to ensure the creation of a more sustainable future.

As part of the firm’s aids to smart city solutions and sustainability issues, the firm’s announced that it has partnered with Schneider Electric And You have To support Dubai’s vision for sustainability, Microsoft’s solution in this field validates how IoT technologies, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence can join in together to generate a dedicated smart city dashboard that can offer insights and clear data about critical aspects of cities’ possessions and services in real time, such as the consumption of urban resources and services in real time. Water, electricity, traffic management, air quality and more. The firm’s latest announcement also revealed that the Microsoft will also be hosting numerous experts and speakers in its Tech Talk area.

Panel discussions, keynote speeches and workshops will shed light on emerging technology trends across industries. Other practices comprise of Xbox station, Surface devices, and a jolt of energies distributed via an AI powered coffee machine. The firm also announced that the Microsoft’s Hub will be positioned at Hall 7 of the Dubai World Trade Centre.

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