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Microsoft reiterates mobility, productivity, connects with SMEs






The Managing Director, Microsoft Nigeria, Kabelo Makwane recently gave insight into the latest trends in technology which includes social, cloud, mobility and big data, saying that Microsoft is strategizing for the future with emphasis on mobility and productivity, reports ITRealms.

Makwane made this disclosure at an event tagged, “Night of Business Unusual” organized as part of the company’s strategy to empower every person and every organization on the planet for optimal productivity with Microsoft Mobile Devices and Services (MMDS) in Nigeria connecting with over 150 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) business owners.

According to the Managing Director, “We would be re-inventing productivity and business processes to achieve more on the go .Technology is moving at a fast space.  We live in a social world, where there are about 6.8 million devices that are out there.  We communicate with these devices whether smartphones, tablets, you name it.  It has become a part of our daily lives creating a platform for businesses to explore.”

In summary, he stated that Microsoft’s global strategy was to create more opportunities while explaining that the company’s focus is to be the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world.

In the same development, Ade Ajayi, Business Group Director, Microsoft Office Division, Microsoft Nigeria in his presentation on “Driving Productivity for SMEs”, ITRealms gathered, said Microsoft developed solutions that enable small and medium sized businesses to collaborate effectively.

“Every small business really wants to grow and Microsoft is investing in technologies to enable them do this.  We have a cloud environment that allows you respond to your customers regardless of where you are so you no longer have to be bound by physical environments.”

BidemiLadipo, Head Enterprise Marketing, Etisalat Nigeria, ITRealms learnt, spoke on how Etisalat and Lumia are mobilizing businesses and helping them achieve great feats through seamless online connectivity and Microsoft Office 365 offerings.

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