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Noida Police ties up with Microsoft for tech support

Police Commissioner Alok Singh signed the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with representatives of Microsoft India, hoping to bring in simplicity and skills in policing, it stated.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Jan 18 2021, 23:37 IST
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Microsoft. (REUTERS)
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Microsoft. (REUTERS)

The Gautam Buddh Nagar police and tech giant Microsoft on Monday entered into an agreement to boost policing in this western Uttar Pradesh district, according to an official statement.

Police Commissioner Alok Singh signed the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with representatives of Microsoft India, hoping to bring in simplicity and skills in policing, it stated.

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As per the agreement, Microsoft will assist the police in improving the overall system and also set up a 'centre of excellence' to boost digital policing in the district, according to the statement.

Besides this, it will also provide products, support and services and a road map has to be prepared keeping in view long term objectives of the police, it added. 

In the past, Microsoft has also worked with CBI to take down a network of fraudulent companies involved in tech support scams, targeting Microsoft customers.

Some of the accused companies were New Delhi-based Softwill Infotech Private Limited and Saburi TLC Worldwide Services Pvt. Ltd, Jaipur-based Innovana Think labs Limited and Systweak Software Private Limited, Noida-based Benovellient Technologies Private Limited, and Noida and Gurugram-based Saburi Global Services Pvt Ltd.

Written with inputs from PTI.

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First Published Date: 18 Jan, 23:37 IST
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