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Valerian Vreme visits Microsoft

Communications Minister Valerian Vreme has paid a visit to Microsoft Romania’s Global Technical Support Centre where he met general manager Ronald Binkofski and other company representatives, capital.ro informs.  “Romania is ready to migrate towards cloud computing, thus rendering the citizen-administration relationship more efficient by lowering costs and red tape,” Vreme stated during his visit. Vreme talked with the specialists that offer advanced technical support to customers that use their technologies throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa, stating: “Indeed, Romania’s most important advantage in a competitive market is the high number of specialists it has in the technology, IT and engineering domain.”  Ronald Binkofski pointed out the fact that “in 5 years since its official opening in 2006, Microsoft Romania GTSC became the largest centre of its kind in Europe, the 200 engineers working here offering services of high technical expertise to some of the most important Microsoft clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, including to enterprise clients in Romania.” The minister was interested in governmental cloud computing solutions that would lead to a lowering of costs within public administration and to the creation of benefits for Romanian citizens.

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