Maintaining the iconic Burj Al Arab’s exceptionally high standards of service – which have resulted in it being voted the world’s most luxurious place to stay – is no easy task. In order to enhance this guest experience, Jumeirah Group’s vice president of IT, Neil Menezes, recently opted to roll-out an upgraded Wi-Fi infrastructure.
Gopi Krishnan’s impressive CV in banking technology has earned him significant credibility in the region. Now chief information officer of Al Hilal Bank, he hopes to fulfil the board’s aim of becoming the most technologically advanced firm in Islamic banking.
Cisco’s Security Operations Centre in Krakow is on the front line in the against security breaches. Security Advisor Middle East toured the facility for an overview how the services work and an insider look at some of the latest threats.
Wael Mustafa, Channel Director MESAT, Commvault, elaborates on partners’ interest to deliver around services.
Driven to develop its diversified business, transport and logistics provider Al Sahraa Group has developed in-house software to provide better accountability of its processes, which has enabled the firm to build a duo of sleek customer-facing apps.
Reseller ME investigates how building on professional services can help with partners’ profitability.
Industry experts explore the Internet of Things (IoT) prospects in the channel community as the number of connected devices is expected to explode by the year 2020.
Osama AlHaj-Issa, Regional Channel Sales Director, Middle East and Turkey, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, on the integration and channel benefits of the new partner programme.
What changes in architecture will be needed to accommodate the Internet of Things, and what types of platform will best deliver IoT services?
With the TRA desperate to get more spectrum by 2020 for the 5G network to power the ‘Smart Future’ of Dubai, how can telecoms providers hope to deal with this surge in demand for mobile data, and what technologies are available to help combat network congestion?
In a freewheeling interview, Jude Pereira, MD of Nanjgel Solutions, dissects the security landscape and tells us where the industry is heading in the future.
Heading a group that was recently named IT Team of the Year at CNME’s ICT Achievement Awards, Anthony Tomai believes in bringing a human touch to the office. Since his move to the Middle East two years ago, the AECOM EMEIA CIO is already enthused with the opportunities the region can bring.
Fog computing provides the capability to derive real-time insights from the vast amounts of data generated by “things” at the edge of the network. Aligning with Dubai’s vision to be the world’s “smartest city” by 2017, how can fog computing contribute to this effort?
Diego Arrabal, Director, F5 Networks, MEA, says it is time to modernise security in the cloud-first, mobile-centric world.