Maggie Wilderotter, senior vice president of the World Wide Public Sector for Microsoft, is focused on the company’s international efforts with government. The programs in education and security that she leads reflect Microsoft’s global commitment to working with governments worldwide to develop initiatives that address their specific challenges in meeting the needs of their citizens, including a new initiative called the Local Language program. To learn more about these efforts, PressPass spoke with Wilderotter and Dato’ Hj. A. Aziz Deraman, director-general of Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, the national language authority of Malaysia and an initial Local Language Program partner that is implementing a new program to enhance governments’ access to technology.
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