Microsoft plans to invest in Saudi Arabia’s cloud data center region

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Microsoft to empower the ‘deskless workforce’
Microsoft to empower the ‘deskless workforce’

Microsoft, by investing in local infrastructure aims to respond to the growing demand for cloud services and data residency in Saudi Arabia from global enterprises, local businesses, and civilian public sector organizations

Microsoft, which is planning to invest in cloud data center region in Saudi Arabia, announced that the company will accelerate digital transformation in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East and Africa with new investments. Expansion in Saudi Arabia is a part of the company’s continued efforts to empower public and private organizations with cloud services to meet their digital needs.

Digital transformation in Saudi Arabia:

Microsoft made the announcement at the international technology conference LEAP 2023, which is held in Riyadh. Microsoft, by investing in local infrastructure aims to respond to the growing demand for cloud services and data residency in Saudi Arabia from global enterprises, local businesses, and civilian public sector organizations.

Along with the region’s customer privacy, data residency, and high-speed latency standards, the new region will offer enterprise-grade reliability and performance. Microsoft’s new cloud region will also play an important role in the economy.

Over the next four years, Microsoft, its partners, and cloud-using customers will generate approximately $24 billion in new revenues above the 2022 level. Microsoft’s partner ecosystem is expected to earn around $8 for every $1 of Microsoft cloud-generated revenue by 2026.

Samer Abu-Ltaif, Corporate VP and President of Microsoft Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa said, “This new data center region will provide organizations, enterprises, and developers in the Kingdom and around the world with access to scalable, highly available, and resilient cloud services while addressing their data residency, security, privacy, and compliance needs. From empowering organizations to digitally transform and co-innovate, to creating economic impact and transforming industries, we look forward to continuing to enable these transformational journeys.”

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