Can the big cloud vendors work around the allegations of NSA surveillance, or is there a gloomy outlook for cloud in the region?
BlackBerry’s board has formed a so-called Special Committee to explore strategic alternatives for the future of the company. But what are the options?
Ericsson’s Dory Chakour explains how using small cells to build heterogenous networks will enable the region’s operators to deliver seamless mobile broadband, no matter how great the demand.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is like a big, dumb dog – it’s great to play around with, but you wouldn’t necessarily want to live with it every day.
Despite a desire to create open and flexible networks, network managers shouldn’t be fooled into thinking that the best way to achieve this is through building an open-source network from scratch, according to Cisco’s Den Sullivan.
AccessData this week announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ARM, which specialises in cyber-security and other consumer-related IT software products in region.
Hoping to make a big push into the mobility segment, Logicom Dubai recently signed a distribution agreement with ZTE Corporation, one of China’s largest smartphone and tablet vendors.
Vision Solutions this week announced a broad partnership agreement with Metra, a Middle East-based IT distributor, which will help to enhance Vision Solutions’ position in industry.
Infor this week announced that it will hold its annual EMEA Partner Conference at the Renaissance Polat Istanbul Hotel on October 1 and 2, 2013.
Good news! If you’ve just been itching to get your hands on Google Glass, you can now buy the device in Dubai. The bad news? You’ll have to fork out Dh45,000 ($12,250) for it.
Riverbed Technology, the application performance company, recently extended its market leading Steelhead wide area network (WAN) optimisation product family with the addition of a new hardware appliance and upgrades to its Steelhead software.
Riverbed Technology, the application performance company, today announced the availability of Riverbed OPNET AppInternals Xpert 8.5 in the Middle East.
Riverbed Technology, the application performance company, today revealed that 71 percent of CIOs expect to increase IT spending in 2013.
Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications could open up a new world of technological opportunity, both for consumers and for businesses. So why, despite the big buzz, hasn’t M2M taken off, and what interest should the Middle East take?