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BT has signed a contract with Schindler, a global provider of elevators, escalators and moving walkways, as well as maintenance and modernisation services.
Atlantis, The Palm has selected Dell Technologies’ virtualisation technologies to help effectively manage the availability, reliability and serviceability of its mission-critical hospitality applications.
FMCG firm Fine Hygienic Holding (FHH) has selected Oracle Cloud Applications to enhance operational efficiency, drive innovation and deliver exceptional employee engagement.
Fortinet has announced that its multi-cloud security offerings have been adopted by four global organisations to improve their cloud environments with secure connectivity and consistent visibility and control.
Emaar Hospitality Group has implemented a new technology that will revolutionise food waste management in the UAE for the benefit of both businesses and consumers.
R&M has recently announced that it has connected thousands of cameras, card readers and the data centres with 90,000 connections installed in the first section of Istanbul Grand Airport.
Equinix has announced that global law firm HFW has collaborated with Equinix to build out its digital edge in key markets including Dubai, London, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Paris.
Seven in 10 organisations are likely to move more of their business functions to the cloud in the coming years, according to a study by Equinix.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to launch the first ever in-house AI Academy in the region.
Organisations today should address the “customer experience disconnect” as it could lose them business or even jeopardise their chances of survival in competitive markets.
Almost three in four Middle East organisations that have not yet moved their digital estates and IT environments to the cloud, plan to do so in 2019, a Microsoft survey has revealed.
Nestlé has adopted Workplace by Facebook as its global internal communication tool, to connect its workforce and better serve consumers.