Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority is the first government entity to migrate its data center to the cloud
Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority (ADAA) has become the first government entity to migrate its data center to the G42 cloud and improve its AI capabilities across its digital operations. The Authority worked with G42, an AI and cloud computing company based in Abu Dhabi.
“This change is in line with our government’s mandate for digital transformation, which reflects the foresight of our leadership in mapping the future of the government sector to anticipate and successfully address global challenges that require change,” said Haifa Al Blooshi, director of information technology at ADAA. “We are empowered to implement digital systems and protocols in accordance with the best international standards. “
This transformation translates into improved organizational performance and lower financial and operational costs by embracing cloud technology, amplifying IT infrastructure maintenance and operating savings. This will also lead to improved operational flexibility, allowing ADAA to expand its service without limiting hardware availability and it will also amplify information security and support the development of national frameworks in the field of cloud computing.
In addition, the agreement also supports a rapid digital transformation across Abu Dhabi government and enables ADAA to achieve its new strategic goals of improving the protection of public funds, raising the principles of accountability. and integrity and achieve optimal operational efficiency.