KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator space, has introduced its KONE DX Class elevators to bring a host of new multisensory experiences into the elevator.
CNME Editor Mark Forker takes a closer look at the role cloud services and technologies are going to play in terms of being the main fulcrum for businesses to grow and expand in the new and at times complex digital economy we find ourselves immersed in.
One aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the reimagining of workflow processes in an enterprise. While the pandemic has exacerbated the problem, it has also illuminated a way forward for organisations. The times have highlighted just how crucial it is to integrate people, data, and workflows into an automated digital process. And that refining and redefining agile enterprise workflows to ingest more dynamic, high-value data from industrial AI and machine learning models is the way forward for making faster, more adaptive business decisions.
How connectivity, adaptability, and sustainability will continue to shape the sector’s future.
A return to pre-pandemic working practices is unlikely to happen. To learn more about the impact on networks and cyber security that COVID-19 has had on service providers, A10 Networks commissioned a survey and the results from the Middle East provide interesting insights. A large proportion of the senior IT professionals that we surveyed were adamant that the workplace won’t snap back to how it was before COVID-19, and that they expect and are preparing for a hybrid approach to working practices. The pandemic significantly raised awareness around the resiliency of the network and the robustness of security, and going forward, subscribers and enterprises expect much stronger security from their communications service providers and will demand more in their SLAs and expand to other types of service providers to get this commitment.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Walid Yehia, Senior Director Pre-Sales for Infrastructure Solutions Group, MERAT, Dell Technologies, to find out more about their strategy for the diversification of their product portfolio, the challenges facing enterprises adopting cloud technologies– and how businesses need to create a culture of innovation to succeed in today’s digital economy.
Varun Kumar from Freshworks, has penned an exclusive op-ed on how customer service agents can be empowered through the implementation of automation software.
We’re providing hundreds of updates every year to Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM). The latest updates will help our customers take advantage of new growth opportunities by applying touchless processes that enhance the user experience and make work easier.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Shaji John, Product & Service Delivery Head at Gerab System Solutions, to find out how the company through its partnership with Cisco is helping to accelerate the digital journey of SMBs in the Middle East.
Sudhir Menon, VP Product Management & Strategic Alliances, Help AG, spoke to tahawultech about the impact Cisco’s security solution is having in relation to protecting enterprises from the increased threat of cyberattacks and the importance of their partnership.
As they look ahead to the new term, educational organisations need a powerful, automated, and manageable network infrastructure that can enable always-on, secure, and everywhere connectivity for users and devices. This is essential if we are to continue providing safe, seamless education that inspires future leaders. And while such institutions are always under financial pressure, choosing the right network solution can enable them to do far more with less and retain a competitive edge.
It’s up to every organisation across every industry to invest in modern data protection practices to minimise the impact of ransomware attacks. Viewing attacks as an inevitability is the first step towards creating a more cyber-secure culture, with employees who are more educated and aware of ransomware. At the same time, businesses need to have the right safeguards in place to minimise disruption, including anti-virus software and firewalls, plus continuous backup and recovery to offer adequate insurance against the crippling effects of ransomware.
In his latest piece, Tamer Odeh, Regional Director at SentinelOne in the Middle East discusses the challenges faced by today’s security teams and best practices for threat hunting.
The hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) market has been on a fast journey over the past few years. Starting as a hardware-centric market focused on the simplicity of procuring data-centre hardware and software in one fell swoop, it quickly shifted as software-centric technology vendors and customers alike realised the biggest value一and innovation一was in the software. This is probably not surprising to those closely following the HCI market now but then it was a big change in the IT industry, as it evolved to embrace software-defined offerings.