Microsoft Hosts Critical Seminar in Barbados

Public sector organisations will get a boost in their capabilities through a one-day seminar hosted by Microsoft that seeks to help these agencies become more productive, agile, efficient, and flexible with powerful cloud, mobility, and data solutions.

Since the beginning, Microsoft's mission has been to enable people and organisations around the globe to realize their full potential through the use of technology. Taking place on Wednesday 23rd September at the Divi Southwinds Beach Resort located in on the island's southern parish of Christ Church, the seminar entitled Driving Economic Recovery - The Urgency to Transform will bring together a host of local stakeholders for presentations and discussions led by Microsoft experts.

Since the beginning, Microsoft’s mission has been to enable people and organisations around the globe to realize their full potential through the use of technology. Taking place on Wednesday 23rd September at the Divi Southwinds Beach Resort located on the island’s southern parish of Christ Church, the seminar entitled Driving Economic Recovery – The Urgency to Transform will bring together a host of local stakeholders for presentations and discussions led by Microsoft experts.

The speakers at the seminar will address the significant role that technology plays in transforming today’s public sector, as well as the role of technology in creating lean governments to reduce expenditure while increasing productivity, improving trust, data security, privacy, and the compliance needs of Governments when managing Information Technology.

Edison Stephen, Public Sector Director of Microsoft Trinidad & Tobago, Eastern & Southern Caribbean, signaled the importance of the seminar which is happening for the first time in Barbados.

“The way we work and live our lives is changing. Technology is all around us and we know that technology can change the world. It is critical to have a dedicated partner along the journey of innovation as the right support system can help public agencies transform into connected, agile and transparent organisations that enable the people who serve the public to realize their full potential,” it was noted.

He added that “When this happens, government leaders can drive economic growth, in addition to providing the citizen-centric services and an improved standard that make communities and cities better places to both live and work.”

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