Middle East Lebanon Case Studies in Lebanon
Ministry Improves Collaboration and Productivity by Using a Unified Communications Solution
Sunday, December 02, 2012
Lebanon - 
With offices spread throughout Lebanon, the Ministry of Finance wanted to provide voice, video and conferencing capabilities to enhance collaboration, mobility as well as productivity among its employees. The solution also had to be easy to use and cost-effective. By implementing Microsoft Lync 2010, the Ministry’s staff could finally communicate with each other, regardless of their location and collaborate effectively.
By Moving to the Cloud, University Significantly Cuts Costs and Improves Customer Service
Monday, August 06, 2012
Lebanon - 
Since 1866, the American University of Beirut (AUB) has been providing excellence in education and advancing knowledge through research in more than 120 undergraduate and graduate programs. AUB believes deeply in freedom of thought and expression by fostering tolerance and respect for diversity and dialogue. To accommodate its growing demand for IT services and to cut costs, AUB deployed three Microsoft solutions to meet its needs successfully.
With more Microsoft technologies embedded in Fransabank’s infrastructure, the relationship between Microsoft Services Lebanon and Fransabank has been one of strategic collaboration
Friday, July 06, 2012
Lebanon - 
Intent on keeping its position as one of the top four leading Lebanese banks, Fransabank decided that leveraging the newest technologies, particularly Microsoft technologies, would be part of its IT strategy. Embarking on a strategic collaboration to integrate Microsoft technologies with its systems allowed Fransabank to gain significant benefits in terms of resource optimization, higher productivity, cost-savings, and enhanced security.
By Moving to the Cloud, University Significantly Cuts Costs and Improves
Friday, June 08, 2012
Lebanon - 
Responsible for servicing several thousand employees, students, alumni, a main office in New York as well as a medical center, the IT department at the American University of Beirut (AUB) recognized it had a growing problem on its hands
Oldest Lebanese Bank Deploys Newest Technologies as Part of IT Strategy
Thursday, June 07, 2012
Lebanon - 
Intent on keeping its position as one of the top four leading Lebanese banks, Fransabank decided that leveraging the newest technologies, particularly Microsoft technologies, would be part of its IT strategy. Embarking on a strategic collaboration to integrate Microsoft technologies with its systems allowed Fransabank to gain significant benefits in terms of resource optimization, higher productivity, cost-savings, and enhanced security.
By Using Proactive Support, Bank Improves Availability of Critical Bank Systems
Saturday, June 02, 2012
Lebanon - 
Banque Libanaise pour le Commerce (BLC Bank) has been deepening its relationship with Microsoft Services for nine years. It has progressed from reactive to proactive services-specifically Microsoft Services Premier Support-to train its staff on best practices, optimize the availability and performance of critical applications, and free its IT staff to focus on rolling out new services.
Education Provider Achieves 99.99 Per Cent E-Mail Availability with Messaging System
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Lebanon - 
SABIS®-a global education provider with a network of 75 schools-wanted to support users with a reliable messaging and collaboration system. It also wanted to simplify server administration and help the IT team prevent technical issues. In 2007, SABIS worked with Microsoft Gold Certified Partner PROCOMIX to deploy a messaging and collaboration system based on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. E-mail availability has now increased to 99.99 per cent.
Education Provider Makes Time Savings with Automated Development System
Friday, January 06, 2012
Lebanon - 
SABIS—a global education provider with a network of 79 schools and one university—wanted a comprehensive solution to automate its software development life cycle and meet recognized international standards. It deployed Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2010 and is now realizing significantly faster time to deploy products. This has led to higher satisfaction in the SABIS IT team and other stakeholders, including SABIS administrators, teachers, and students.
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