Sayed Hashish tells CNME Editor Mark Forker the details of Microsoft’s sustainability mission, outlining that the US tech leader wants to be carbon negative by 2030, but added that the biggest challenge is helping other businesses become more sustainable.
Microsoft cloud regions mark two-year milestone of empowering ambitious Middle East organisations.
“Cities that will succeed will not only embrace these technologies early, but will make themselves talent magnets – the ‘place to be’ – for entrepreneurs, start-ups and ideas, to progress forward and enable them to thrive in these emerging areas,” said Hashish.
Al Hosni will drive Microsoft’s efforts to assist public and private-sector organisations in Bahrain and Oman with their digital transformation journeys.
As part of the programme, Microsoft employees will be given detailed insights into different concepts that are important to the development of AI.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts has announced its partnership with Microsoft to drive the digital transformation of the commercial courts systems in the region and beyond.
Microsoft has appointed Sayed Hashish as the regional GM for Microsoft Gulf. He will be driving strategic planning to enable digital transformation.