Microsoft launches ‘Technology for Good’ initiative in Pakistan


By Muhammad Luqman
Microsoft has launched its globally-established “Technology for Good” program in Pakistan to help address the technology obstacles organizations from the social sector face while trying to accomplish their cause.
The ‘Technology for Good’ program will empower non-profit organizations to achieve more as Microsoft will donate software and ‘Cloud’ services. It promises to simplify the IT challenges for non-profit institutions, with reliable solution. Together, Microsoft and nonprofits can engage communities around the world and help them bring positive social change, through a variety of mobile-first and cloud-first platforms.
The Country Manager of Microsoft Pakistan– Abid Zaidi has said that: philanthropy is a vital part of Microsoft’s vision.
“ As a technology-enabler, we create robust platforms that promise revolutionary enrichments in the society. With our focus on the youth, we provide powerful solutions for various national challenges,” Abid Zaidi says.
By adopting cloud technology, NGOs can not only cut their operational costs and streamline the flow of communications, but simultaneously modernize accounting systems, and facilitate resource management.


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