Microsoft to showcase intelligent cloud at GITEX Technology Week

The company will introduce an array of solutions aligned to the fourth industrial revolution.
The Microsoft exhibit will showcase a series of demos and solutions
The Microsoft exhibit will showcase a series of demos and solutions

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At the ongoing 39th GITEX Technology Week, Microsoft is all set to showcase a series of technological innovations. Under this year's theme, the company will introduce an array of solutions aligned to the fourth industrial revolution, empowering organizations to achieve more in the region.

Microsoft will also host a zone of over 32 regional and international partners alongside ISVs at its GITEX stand. Each of them will showcase solutions and services for all industries, built using Microsoft's intelligent cloud platform, including AI, IoT and machine learning solutions.

The Microsoft exhibit will showcase a series of demos and solutions for all industries and span across themes such as its recently launched data centers, modern workplace, security, artificial intelligence and how these are enabling companies to better engage customers, empower employees, optimize operations and transform business models.

Earlier this year, Microsoft also took a significant step to support the region's digital transformation endeavors by launching two cloud regions in the UAE. Subsequently, these will help embrace the benefits of the fourth industrial revolution and empower customers, businesses and governments to achieve more. 

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