Bank to use licensed copies of the software and Microsoft demonstrate
their willingness to develop the banking business in Iraq
Editor: AJ, RS
2013/05/26 15: 42
Iraqi Central Bank, stressed on Sunday the need for banks to use
licensed copies of the software and applications, and that is "to
protect the user from hack", as it would force banks to use original
software, Microsoft announced its desire to "develop" banking system in
Iraq from manual labor to work.
The Director of the information
technology department at the Central Bank of Amer Faisal, speaking to
the (extent), on the sidelines of the Forum, the first Bank established
by Microsoft under the auspices of the Central Bank of Iraq in Baghdad's
Ishtar Sheraton Hotel, "the Central Bank will force banks to be the
nucleus for the rest of the State departments to use licensed copies of
software", pointing out that this is a protection for the user to hack
Faisal said that "the problem that we endure in our is to use
copy (copy), an unlicensed", stating that "the copy of the software is
easy to hack and computers stops."
He said Microsoft's business
development manager in Iraq Dennis, told the (term), "the Central Bank
stressed the need to use the original versions of the software,"
referring to "seek agreement with banks in order to train its engineers
in the operation and maintenance of applications particularly Security."
said that "the aim of the Forum is to develop banking and development
of electronic infrastructure for banks," announcing "Microsoft's desire
to develop the banking business from manual labor to the level.
IMF said in a report released in (21 March 2013), following the end of
the consultations held in the Jordanian capital of Oman, between a
delegation from the Fund and an Iraqi delegation led by the Minister of
planning Ali Shukri, obtained by (range), the improvement in the
financial sector, but stressed that it still needs "greater efforts by
the Central Bank on monetary policy tools revision and strengthening of
banking supervision, and to accelerate the restructuring of the banking
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]