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Signing Ceremony of CSL- Shakib- Konika

 

Computer Source, Konica Minolta and Sakib Al Hasan – this trio joined together in a signing ceremony held at BICC, Dhaka on Tuesday night (11th March). Konica Minolta, a worldwide famed printer manufacturing company, has officially declared CSL as their authorized distributor in Bangladesh. In this event that took place in the Carnival Hall of BICC, Mr. Francis Chua, Sales Manager of Asia region of Konica Minolta and Mr. A.H.M Mahfuzul Arif, Managing Director of Computer Source Limited (CSL) signed the formal agreement paper in the presence of CSL's Brand Ambassador Sakib Al Hasan. Moreover, Sakib Al Hasan presented 10 guests with tickets of T-20 Cricket World cup starting from 16th March.

 

 

 

Microsoft Bangladesh launches Office 365

 

Recently Microsoft launched Office 365 in Bangladesh. Office 365 is a full cloud service that will enable organizations to take full advantage of multiple options when deciding where to deploy their productivity technologies. “At Microsoft, we work hard to transform organizations and individuals through our family of devices and services,” said Jamie Harper, General Manager, Emerging Markets, Microsoft Asia Pacific. “In line with this, we are pleased to officially launch the all new Office 365 -- a full cloud service -- to our education, government and business customers nationwide to provide them 'the no compromise' productivity experience built for the modern workplace. “ he added. Microsoft has already trained more than 15 partners in their transition to offering cloud services.

 

 

 

Microsoft and Uttara Bank sign Agreement

 

Microsoft has signed the Enterprise Agreement with the Uttara Bank Limited, country's one of the oldest and leading banks on this Tuesday evening at the capital. Mr. Sheikh Abdul Aziz, Managing Director of Uttara Bank Limited and Mr. Pubudu Basnayake, Country Manager, Microsoft Bangladesh has signed the agreement on behalf of their respective organizations. Mr. Jamie Harper, General Manager, Southeast Asia, Microsoft Asia Pacific was presented on the signing ceremony occasion. Under the agreements, Microsoft will deliver server software to Uttara Bank to use for their identity and network management, datacenter management, advance messaging and collaboration solutions across their organizations. Uttara Bank will also use Microsoft technologies for IT security, virtualization and document management.

 

Published: 12:00 am Monday, March 17, 2014

Last modified: 1:43 am Monday, March 17, 2014

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