Microsoft Pakistan organized Office 365 Blogger’s Meet-up

Microsoft Pakistan organized an Office 365Blogger’s Meet-up exclusively in Karachi for the blogger community of Pakistan. The event highlighted the distinguishing concept of ‘the complete office in the cloud’ available anywhere and everywhere.


The Meet-up was conducted by Nadine Hadad who is presently the Product Marketing Manager for North Africa, East Mediterranean and Pakistan region. Focusing on the emerging trends in technology, Nadine highlighted how Office 365’s state of the art features provide the users with competitive edge through strength and capability of various applications.

Available in 162 markets in 21 languages, Office 365 enables bloggers to expand and rejuvenate their online community with the assistance of latest and complete set of Office Applications, additional 20 GB of SkyDrive.

Nadine Hadad said on the occasion:

We at Microsoft are always looking forward to encourage the online community especially bloggers. With the help of sessions like these, we not only expose the world’s cutting edge technology but also provide them with hands-on experience on how they can enhance their productivity and efficiency with the help of products like Office 365.

After the Office 365 overview, Amin Muhammad Khan who is the CIE Lead Pakistan gave the product demonstration to the bloggers present. The arrangement made on the platform of Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) enabled the bloggers to gain live hands on experience at the event. This enabled to them to not only appreciate the various new dimensions of the product but also gain practical understanding.

“The Blogger Meet-up was a thoroughly informative session with brilliant presentation and demonstration by Nadine Haddad and Amim Muhammad Khan. The Office 365 has opened up portals for data communication, integration, sync and retention is way unimaginable to prior users. It has brought about a fresh, easier and innovative direction for carrying out business and personal activities through a single click,” said Nida Khan an active Pakistani blogger.