If there’s a new challenge to overcome, Zubair Ahmed, Head of IT and Business Innovation, Emirates Islamic Bank, is the one who’s likely to take it up.
It’s 12 o’clock, midnight. You’re hunched over a spare desk in the dimly lit room housing your company’s data centre. The only sources of light come from a few overhead lights by the door, left on by the last employee to be sent home after a dismally long day, and the laptop screen in front of you.
Through the advent of mobility, smartphones and tablets are now more dangerous devices to enterprises than laptops and PCs.
Mobile malware continues to proliferate, and at the same time employees are insisting on bringing their personal devices to work.
Can Big Data programmes be run using traditional IT teams, or do organisations need to take a new approach to hiring?
With some commentators labeling the BYOD trend as unstoppable, organisations are now turning to MDM to ensure the security of their networks. But how should MDM be tackled?
The financial industry isn’t an easy vertical to please, but DIFC has a secret weapon; it’s the only organisation outside of the telcos to own, manage and operate its infrastructure.
“Collecting more and more unstructured data will open up another whole degree of attractiveness and may well lead to attackers seeing value in a form not previously recognised by the organisation that owns the data.”
African Export-Import Bank is quite an important institution. Established in 1993 by African governments, investors and other financial institutions, its purpose is to finance and promote intra – and extra – African trade.
No technology has bulldozed its way onto the global scene and promised to revolutionise enterprise IT as much as cloud computing.
Cambium Networks aims at recruiting heavily into the channel market by looking at new partners and customers with the launch …
With new technologies seemingly always on the horizon, data exploding, and multiple solutions required to support all the intricacies of business, keeping a hold over your IT is becoming increasingly complicated. Enterprise architecture (EA) tools have emerged to allow CIOs the complete infrastructure visibility they require.
CNME goes one-on-one with the CEO to see how he found meeting some of Avaya’s biggest regional customers.
CNME catches up with Jean-Luc Lasnier, General Manager, MEA, Orange, to see what part this region is playing in the firm’s ‘Conquests 2015’ strategy.
Using the high-octane approach to IT found in his hometown of Manila, the University of Wollongong in Dubai’s Joseph Aninias has emerged to become one of the most respected IT heads in the UAE.