Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has said that its recent deployment of Windows Server 2012, has improved the agencies services as well as led to the reduction of its Information Technology costs.
The Chief Information Officer, (CIO) of NAMA, Mr. Ogochukwu Ifeanyi, in a statement made available to THISDAY, stated that NAMA has a mandate to ensure safe, efficient, expeditious and economic flight operations in Nigeria with state of the art technology solutions.
“The agency is tasked to develop the Nigerian airspace to a
level that is consistent with international standards, and the Windows Sever 2012 has enabled NAMA to do more with less, thereby reducing cost and enhancing considerably the ICT return on Investment for the organisation,” he said.
He stated that by deploying Windows Server 2012, the agency would save money as well as make ICT work for air navigation in line with its mandate.
He explained that the agency utilises Microsoft products and technologies, as a logical step to deploy Windows Server 2012 solution which contains all the features NAMA was looking for.
“With the Microsoft solution, NAMA has reduced IT costs, have access to the most cutting-edge features in cloud computing and have been able to utilise the agency’s existing IT infrastructure to provide better service to its customers among others,”Ifeanyi said.
According to him, NAMA’s desires to provide better service to its customers and increase efficiency within the agency is the reason for the use of the cutting-edge technology through its private cloud.
He further explained that NAMA’s Microsoft server product portfolio is not limited to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, Microsoft System Center Operations Manager, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics AX, among others.