The new office automation platform is now live in Dubai and the major employers are seeing the benefit.
Here are some of the big players to watch in the UK and US. 1.
Microsoft Office 365 is on the rise in Dubai, with more than 4 million users in the first month.
It has been available since July.
Office 365 in Dubai is available to employees in all major offices across the city, and it is available in the office of the UAE Prime Minister, according to a Microsoft spokesperson.
The service is now available to people who have the Windows 10 version 1511, which is now being rolled out worldwide.
Microsoft’s office suite is also available to its employees in Dubai.
Microsoft is a partner of the Dubai International Office Expo and will be showing off its new suite at the expo later this month.
The Dubai office is also the first in the world to offer a Microsoft Azure cloud-based solution, and a Microsoft-branded tablet.
Microsoft said the launch of Office 365 was the result of “growing demand for our Office software”.
It has also introduced a number of new features in the UAE to help make its products more efficient.
Microsoft has more than 40,000 employees in the country.
IBM has been quietly testing out the cloud-first Office 365 solution in the US, but it has not launched the service in Dubai yet.
Microsoft, however, is reportedly working on an Office 365 for the UAE.
IBM is one of the largest providers of cloud-native IT solutions, with services in Dubai including its Office 365 cloud-enabled service, the cloud computing portal and the IBM cloud-powered enterprise virtualization service.
IBM said it would be launching Office 365 with a number in the future.
IBM, Microsoft and Oracle are reportedly working to jointly develop an Office for the Dubai office.
The partnership, which has been in the works for some time, has been officially announced.
IBM and Microsoft announced a partnership last year to work on cloud-ready and cloud-providing products in Dubai for customers to use in their Dubai offices.
It’s unclear what the deal will entail.
The UAE is also planning to launch a cloud-focused office suite, although it has yet to announce this.
This could include Office 365.
IBM’s cloud-driven business solutions are also available in Dubai with the support of the Ministry of Finance.
The Office 365 suite is available as an on-premises service and it has also been launched in the Dubai Office for Business platform, according a Microsoft representative.
The government of the United Arab Emirates has recently been making efforts to open up its economy to foreign investment.
There is no specific date yet for the launch, but Dubai officials have said they plan to make it official within the next two years.
There have been reports in the media that IBM is looking to create a cloud business model for the Middle East region, but there has been no announcement on this.
IBM did recently announce plans to open offices in the Middle Eastern country, and there is speculation it will become a hub for foreign companies to open their offices in Dubai in the near future.
Microsoft and IBM are also reportedly working together on a cloud service for the UK office.
A spokesperson for Microsoft confirmed that it was looking at a future partnership with the UK government.
IBM recently announced plans to invest more than £40 million in an office and research facility in the city.
The UK is one the biggest markets for IBM in the IT sector and has been a major hub for the company in the past.
IBM announced plans in December to invest £30 million in a new research facility for IBM’s UK campus in Birmingham.
IBM will develop a new platform to create the next generation of intelligent cloud-platform solutions.
The Birmingham office will create a global research centre for cloud computing.
IBM plans to hire over 200 people in Birmingham by the end of 2018, according Microsoft.
The project will also include a research lab for cloud-oriented business services, IBM said.
The Government of Kuwait announced in June that it had started working with IBM on a new cloud business, and the government said in a statement that it would “support the creation of a cloud ecosystem for government agencies”.
The new cloud company will be created in conjunction with the Ministry for Economy and Commerce and the Ministry and Industry Development Authority.
The Kuwait Government said it was in the process of securing a suitable partner.
There are also rumours that IBM and the UAE are working on a partnership.
The company is reportedly in the early stages of working with the UAE government, according the Business Insider website.
In an interview with Business Insider in June, a Microsoft senior cloud engineer confirmed that there were discussions between the companies about the potential of a joint partnership.
In response to a question about this, a spokesperson for the Ministry said: “This is something we are actively engaged in, but we are in the middle of the process right now.
We have not officially