Today, Bahrain telecoms provider Kalaam and Microsoft have announced plans to deliver innovative software and cloud experiences to enterprises in Bahrain. Kalaam Telecom offers advanced voice, internet, data and value added services to SMEs and large corporations in Bahrain. With this new licensing agreement, Kalaam will begin to offer a variety of cloud computing services such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS).
“We are pleased to partner with Kalaam Telecom to provide Bahrain’s enterprises with Microsoft cloud computing services which have been designed to accelerate innovation across teams and skillsets, with integrated intelligence that powers business insights, leverages open and on-premises technologies, and provides industry-leading security.” said Sherif Tawfik, general manager for Microsoft Bahrain and Oman.
Microsoft will be providing Bahrain’s enterprises with its cloud computing services which are “designed to accelerate innovation across teams and skill sets, with integrated intelligence that powers business insights, leverages open and on-premises technologies, and provides industry-leading security.”
“This collaboration offers a variety of Microsoft services to enterprises; such as access to Microsoft software, third-party software, business transaction services, web hosting & streaming media services and line-of-business (LOB) applications,” said Veer Passi, CEO of Kalaam Telecom.