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UAE Project to Accelerate Dubai’s Digital Shift

Digital Shift

BNR – The UAE government has commenced the Dubai Digital Clouds project, the most recent among several projects in the country. It aims to establish a solid, qualified and reputable digital infrastructure in preparation for a massive digital shift in the capital, Dubai.

The project also intends to strengthen the city’s economic role digitally and promote its solid and trustworthy facilities.

The Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, said Dubai is unwavering in its dedication to harbour quality and creativity in utilising modern tech to speed up its digital shift.

Furthermore, the project intends to turn Dubai into the core of worldwide economic digitality. Additional to bolstering economic development, the city’s swift digital shift raises the efficiency of governmental efforts. It also improves the citizens’ quality of life.

The Crown Prince appreciated the dedication of several governmental staff, who work to improve the digital growth in the city. This shift has substantially enhanced the efficiency of governmental efforts, said the Crown Prince.

Dubai’s capacity to give nationals, residents and tourists an outstanding experience has made it reputable across the globe.

UAE Launches Dubai Digital Clouds Project

“We are proud to be partnering with Digital Dubai to provide cloud services to government entities in Dubai through the Moro Cloud service,” said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority.

The service aids in accelerating the process while encouraging creativity and reducing expenditure. Furthermore, it’s run through green carbon-free local information centres, further helping government entities accomplish their carbon-free objectives.

Public-Private Collaboration Improves Digital Shift

The project displays efficient cooperation between both the public and private sectors. It also empowers official organisations in the capital city, with regards to their digital shift process. The project provides organisations with the necessary information to accomplish their objectives and introduce cloud tech to deliver official services.

The cloud reduces the total expenditure of Information Technology facilities in the city. It also introduces a structure of new tech and services to promote a digital shift.


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