Mobile medicine

With 10,000 outpatients and 1,300 doctors passing through its doors daily, Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Hospital Medical Group has a whole host of complex and vital applications, which require high quality Internet. Realising it was falling short in terms of mobility, the Group opted for a fresh Wi-Fi solution to power its hospital information system.

Open season

For any enterprise, reducing operational IT expenditures while increasing security and software capabilities is a top priority. With advantages such as cost-savings and ease of use, open source solutions continue to pick up steam across multiple organisations around the world.

Pre-integrated OSS-BSS

Pre-integrated OSS and BSS is said to be crucial for telecom operators to achieve agility and flexibility as they roll out next-generation networks and introduce multi-media services. We look at the value of OSS/BSS in-a-box and what should be considered before making the leap to these solutions.

Backing RAK

Struggling to efficiently backup its 650 virtual machines, Ras Al Khaimah’s Electronic Government Authority opted for a solution that could save time and ensure the safety of mission-critical public sector data.

Food for thought

At the age of 11, Hatem Manawy, now Regional IT Director, Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia at the food and hospitality giant Americana Group, fell in love with technology. More specifically, it was the unboxing of his first Atari game console that sparked what would become a life-long relationship with all things tech.

Strategy for security

At RSA Conference 2016, we caught up with Robert Griffin, Chief Security Architect, Security Evangelist, RSA, to learn more on the current threat landscape and insights on how organisations can strengthen their security posture.

Modern defence

Zulfikar Ramzan, CTO, RSA Security, discusses how organisations should change their mind-sets to adapt to the evolving threat landscape and the value-add security can bring to businesses.

Flipping the economics of attacks

How much does it cost technically proficient adversaries to conduct successful attacks, and how much do they earn? The research study from Ponemon Institute, commissioned by Palo Alto Networks, looks at the relationships between the time spend and compensation of today’s adversaries and how organisations can thwart attacks.

Inside job

These days, the threat landscape for most companies is massive. But while there is a litany of outside threats that their security teams need to worry about, there is often an even greater danger much closer to home.

Enabling digital economy

Regional organisations are looking to upgrade their infrastructures and processes to the digital era as emerging technologies are increasingly gaining popularity across both large and smaller enterprises. Reseller ME finds out how channel partners can play a vital role in this transformation.

The digital customer

The face of the telecom customer is changing. Our smartphone obsession has long since transformed our devices from a simple means of communication, to an irreplaceable machine that takes care of our every need.

Dubai dream

After a long wait, Mario Foster has finally secured his long-desired move to the UAE. The Al Naboodah Group Enterprises …

Invest to grow

David McKeough, Executive Vice President, Digital Guardian, sat down with Reseller ME to discuss the partnership with value-added-distributor Credence and the value proposition it offers to regional organisations.

Consultative approach

Reseller ME investigates the opportunities for channel partners in the region’s move to desktop virtualisation and how they can aspire to the role of a trusted advisor.


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