Tenable is ranked number one in global market share and revenue for 2018 and 2019 and is growing more than twice as fast as its closest competitor.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has announced that it has invested in four FinTech start-up companies.
Genetec has announced a portfolio of solutions designed to help transit organisations unify their security and operations from a single intuitive interface.
NetApp has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Spot, a compute management and cost optimisation firm focused on public clouds, to establish leadership in Application Driven Infrastructure.
EMEA region leads the way for multi-cloud adoption, although security and skill gap challenges remain, according to the latest figures from F5.
Xiaomi has recently announced three new smartphones, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi Note 9 and Mi Note 10 Lite.
Samsung Gulf Electronics has reaffirmed the tremendous response and reception that the Galaxy S20 series has culminated in the period since its launch earlier this year.
Kaspersky has unveiled its new Kaspersky Adaptive Online Training, which is tailored to each individual user’s learning needs, as a personal tutor would do for their students.
MCIT Egypt, UNDP and Avaya have collaborated to add AI-powered COVID-19 diagnosis service to WASEL to assist People of Determination.
SentinelOne has been announced as the official cybersecurity provider to British luxury car manufacturer, Aston Martin Lagonda, deploying the next generation endpoint protection platform to secure its manufacturing, headquarters, supply chain, and field offices against the ever evolving threat landscape.
Matrix42, a provider of Workspace Management solutions, has added VAD Technologies as one of its regional partners in the Middle East.
Ammar Enaya, regional director – Middle East, Turkey & North Africa (METNA), Vectra, discusses the benefits of making data science the foundation of new security models.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has signed a strategic partnership with the Rochester Institute of Technology in Dubai (RIT Dubai) to roll out its University Partnership Programme.
Taibah University has adopted a ‘Cloud First’ strategy with Oracle’s Gen 2 Cloud Infrastructure to deliver secure, convenient and integrated digital learning and administrative services that can be remotely accessed by thousands of university students, faculty and staff.