Microsoft signs five MoUs under Bersama Malaysia initiative


PUTRAJAYA: Microsoft Corp, through its newly-launched "Bersama Malaysia” initiative, has signed five memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with government agencies and local companies to train about one million Malaysians by end of 2023 to help create economic opportunities for people and businesses in the digital era.

Microsoft Malaysia managing director K. Raman said Microsoft, together with its local partner Enfrasys Solutions, has been appointed by the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) to provide cloud services to the public sector agencies through 2023.

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