Microsoft Kick Starts Specialized Azure Cloud Services to NGOs

Microsoft Azure Cloud is an IaaS platform that helps organizations to make easy the development and delivery phase using the variety of IaaS based services.

azureGreatResponder.com After the launch of Microsoft Azure Cloud services to UAE (United Arab Emirates) based non-profit organizations; many tech based companies are also helping UAE to empower, using a new credit system offered by Microsoft Azure cloud services.

Microsoft Azure is a best answer to the cloud from Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Azure is a very large software platform that allows you to use IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) based services. Here is the list of some services data management implementation, web-hosting, storage services and many more. All Microsoft Azure based services’ transition happened on the cloud; you give some specific instructions to the cloud and cloud will come with your desire service using the help of internet.

Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer at Microsoft, said in his official statement: “We are committed to helping non-profit groups to offer cloud computing to solve basic human challenges. One of our ambitions for Microsoft Philanthropies is to partner with these groups and ensure that cloud computing is accessible to a greater number of people and meets the widest range of societal needs.”

There is also discussion that, how this Microsoft decision will help organizations to work together and companies to introduce and innovate some technologies that help businesses to continual improvement and learning.

This new mission to expand the business in UAE (United Arab Emirates) is a one part of Microsoft Public Cloud that helps in public good initiative. As the Microsoft top management said in his statement that, the Microsoft will donate $ 1 billion to the 70,000 different non-profit organizations and NGOs (Non-governmental Organizations) worldwide. The whole amount of donation money will be expended on cloud computing utilities for number of non-profit organizations and NGOs by 2019.

Jaime Galviz, chief operating officer at Microsoft Gulf, said: “This will allow many small nonprofits to tap the cloud in new ways that they might not otherwise be able to afford, and help offset costs for many medium-large nonprofits who are considering, or are already using, Azure”.

After the adaption of these cloud based services, non-profit organizations will be able to access Microsoft remote data centres and also be able to run applications that are processed on the cloud using a link of Internet.