While convergence of networking systems has been taking place, the benefits of a single and agile network to manage everything has been accelerated, explains by Arafat Yousef, Managing Director – Middle East & Africa, Nexans Data Network Solutions.
As digital services become inextricably linked to our everyday lives, protecting our digital identities should be a top priority.
Chief security officer at Cybereason, Sam Curry, takes us through the real privacy mandate.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Rami Kichli, VP – Gulf and Levant, Software AG, to learn how the digital transformation enabler is helping businesses to adapt to the new challenges in the digital economy – and how agility and resilience are key components in ensuring success in the future.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Dr Manfred Braeunl, CEO, Porsche Middle East, to find out how Porsche established itself as a leader in electric vehicles.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Scott Peterson, Chief Revenue Officer, at Mitel, to find out how the global unified communications leader is positioning itself to capitalise on the opportunities that have arisen from a hybrid work environment – and the importance of maintaining culture in the new world of work.
CNME Editor Mark Forker managed to secure an exclusive interview with Abdul Rehman Tariq Butt, Regional Sales Director at Pulse Secure at GITEX Technology Week 2020, to find out about its recent acquisition by Ivanti, the capabilities of its end-to-end Zero Trust framework – and what ultimately differentiates the company from its market rivals.
Could the increasing number of smart, connected devices coming into our lives start acting like covert “data paparazzi”? And what can we do to avoid it?
Third annual Nutanix survey finds UAE companies ahead of the global curve on private cloud adoption, which is a key component of the emerging, highly flexible hybrid cloud model.
Kaspersky shares tips on how to facilitate remote working conditions for employees in small and medium businesses.
Organisations plan to enhance their data centre infrastructure, with technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine automation promising improved uptime whilst controlling costs — both of which are important for companies to drive operational efficiency and business resiliency
By Adelle Geronimo As the cloud continues to grow at a rapid and unmitigated pace, IT and business leaders need …
Laptops and tablets have seen an increase in demand, requiring smartphones to perfectly integrate in between.
The dematerialised office: A vision of the Internet of Senses in the 2030 future workplace by Ericsson.