Annie Bricker

The promise of SDN

In partnership with CNME, delegates from Brocade hosted a roundtable at Jumeirah Emirates Towers on 24th March, which gathered a select group of IT leaders from around the region to discuss the future of Software Defined Networking and Ethernet Fabric.

To your health

SEHA’s move from a paper-based record system to the new Malaffi electronic medical record system was no small feat. The system delivers a completely integrated system and is considered a large implementation by international standards.

Integrating with best practices

Given the rapid development of Data integration technologies over the last decade, it is difficult to know what the best practices are for each DI technique. Additionally, the desire to integrate quickly to keep up with the growing trend has some enterprises sacrificing quality data integration for quick implementation.

State of the union

Sreedhar K. Reddy, Director of IT, Aldar, and his IT team took advantage of their corporate merger to streamline administrative processes, and upgrade systems, among other tasks. The result – a corporate merger that stands as an example for businesses worldwide.

The death of Internet privacy

In the age of constant connection, internet users are sharing more and more sensitive information online. As hackers become more organised and the amount of data stored in the cloud increases, the potential for leaks of sensitive data becomes magnified.

Managing more

As enterprises move forward into the world of virtualisation, BYOD and cloud computing, the need for IT management services becomes more apparent. We spoke with Raj Sabhlok, President, ManageEngine, to discuss the role of IT management companies.

Game, set, match.

SAP is utilising its HANA platform to provide tools that produce, analyse and visualise sport data. CNME sat down with Jenni
Lewis, Solutions Architect, Global Marketing, SAP, to see how technology is transforming the way sport is being played.

Review: Dell Venue 11 Pro

The 11-inch tablet is ideal for smooth transition from work to play, however Dell could have done better on its display and portability.


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