KP signs agreement with Amazon for cloud services and digital infrastructure
Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB) signed an MoU with Amazon to develop digital infrastructure for government departments, online news sources reported on November 1.
The cloud is the perfect complement for organizations that are looking for the flexibility, cost-savings, and performance of AWS, and KPITB and KP Gov have the opportunity to partner and work together to drive innovation in the public sector.
This program is called “The Cloud” because it’s a collection of services provided over the Internet. It gives the Kansas government a powerful collection of tools to leverage for both research and operations.
Both the AWS and KP governments will launch online courses for digital literacy in cloud computing. They will open up more job opportunities for young people in the province.
The memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the government and the University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar aligns with the digital policy of the KP government. It aims to leverage information and communication technologies for job creation, connectivity, empowerment, and inclusive economic growth.
Amazon has recently started to rank new sellers. There are only a few in Pakistan, but they are rising quickly. They are now the third biggest seller on Amazon.
One year ago, Amazon Pakistan was launched. This has resulted in the creation of a lot of employment in Pakistan via digital platforms.