Crown Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed launches the “Dubai Digital Cloud” project to advance Dubai’s digital infrastructure and consolidate its position as a global digital economy capital. Partnerships with Moro and Microsoft were signed to support this initiative.
Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council has officially inaugurated the “Dubai Digital Cloud” project. The initiative aims to revolutionize Dubai’s digital infrastructure by providing cutting-edge technology services and solutions.
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In a tweet from his verified Twitter account, His Highness stated, “We have launched the ‘Dubai Digital Cloud’ project to propel Dubai’s digital infrastructure forward and offer innovative technology services and solutions. As part of this endeavor, the Dubai Digital Authority has signed partnership agreements with ‘Moro’ and ‘Microsoft’.” These collaborations exemplify the integration of the public and private sectors, reflecting our objective of solidifying Dubai’s position as the global hub for the digital economy, aligned with the goals outlined in the Dubai Economic Agenda D33.
With the implementation of the “Dubai Digital Cloud” project, Dubai aims to enhance its digital capabilities, foster technological advancements, and bolster its position as a leading global destination for digital innovation and economic growth.