The Technical Vocational and Training Corporation, headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, lacked a solution to allow its 150 campuses to be connected with access to critical data and information. Huawei’s Cloud OS has since linked all campuses to a central educational resource portal.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi won’t see its first patient until 2015. However, the clinic is already redefining healthcare in the region. Michael Reagin, CIO, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi explains some of the revolutionary technology and techniques the clinic plans to offer.
Oman Electricity Transmission Company had disparate data centres and no solution to unify its business-critical information. Saif Albadi, Head of Network Administration, Information Technology, OETC, opted to implement Huawei’s modular data centre solution to allow remote monitoring of the company’s IT.
Charged with supporting a network of four institutions at Gulf Medical University and their teaching hospitals, Thumbay Group looked to Huawei to implement a LAN that could provide high bandwidth for the transfer of vital patient information.
Looking to automate IT processes and consolidate its data centre, Jumeirah Group’s IT team embarked on a journey to implement a software-defined data centre.
The University of Paris-Sorbonne Abu Dhabi carries an enormous responsibility. The campus needs to be accessible and modern to today’s UAE students, while maintaining the education and style of a centuries old campus. When their Al Reem Island campus opened in 2009, the University IT department met the brief.
It will come as no shock to anyone that the UAE’s Ministry of Labour creates and manages a great deal of paper. Documents, from the HR to the legal and finance departments have historically taken up rooms filled with boxes, which in turn are filled with files.
Dubai Holding Commercial Operations Group (DHCOG) has recently gone live with 18 Oracle ERP modules. Embarking on a journey to play the company’s part in making Dubai a Smart City, Mohammad Sabah Al Khalaf, Chief Information Officer, DHCOG, knew that an ERP upgrade was long overdue.
With an undeniable dedication to world-class service for its countless visitors, vendors and exhibitors, Farid Farouq, Vice President, IT, knows the Dubai World Trade Centre must stay on the cutting edge of technology. When it came time for an infrastructure upgrade, Farouq knew it would not be a small task.
When Dubai Refreshments’ ERP systems needed refreshing, the company was faced with a choice. Either they could upgrade their current systems, or they could go on a search for a suite of modules the fit their every need. Not one to shy away from a challenge, Anas Taraben, CIO, investigated what it would take to quench the business’ thirst for innovation.
The Saudi power utility company uses end-user IT analytics to transform user experience and gain real-time visibility into the IT environment.
Waste has been managed in the same way with the same technologies for decades. Amin Al Zarouni, Head of ICT, Bee’ah, and his team have taken the traditional idea of waste management and turned it on its head.
With the security and reputation of the UAE at stake, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ IT department knew it had to implement a secure communications channel for its delegates. A project that began in 2012 now sees 69 UAE foreign embassies connected to a secure WAN, which has made huge operational savings, and ensures sleepless nights for MoFA’s IT team.
Saudi Arabian Airlines have provisioned a $1 billion deal to implement the IT infrastructure for King Abdullah Economic City in Saudi Arabia. James Dartnell reports from the development to find out how the airline’s privatised IT arm aims to inspire the next generation of Saudis.