BT has become the first network services provider to offer Riverbed’s SteelCentral Visibility solution ‘as a service’ to enterprises globally.
Avaya has announced that it will demonstrate the first social platform for chatbots at GITEX Technology Week 2018, ushering in a leap forward in customer self-service.
The Lebanon SoftShore (LSS) has announced its participation at the upcoming GITEX Technology Week in Dubai.
Experts at will demonstrate how to reduce human error in the workplace with new security awareness training.
Veritas Technologies has unveiled the findings of its 2018 UAE Databerg Report, which underlines that ‘dark’ data accounts for the majority of data (48%) that is stored and processed by organisations in the UAE.
Microsoft will head to the 38th GITEX Technology Week this month, to exhibit under the theme of “tomorrow is here today” and introduce an array of technologies and innovations for organizations to achieve more in the region.
Dubai will be the epicentre of the creative digital world once again next week when GITEX Technology Week and GITEX Future Stars.
Carrefour joins IBM Food Trust to help you trace product origin Carrefour customers will soon be able to track the …
du has announced that it will showcase how its digital transformation strategies and initiatives to evolve conventional telecommunication services at the upcoming GITEX Technology Week.
Microsoft has temporarily halted the roll out of its Windows 10 October update, following complaints that it has been deleting …
Alphabet Inc’s Google will shut down the consumer version of its social network Google+ following its announcement that the private profile data of at least 500,000 users may have been exposed to hundreds of external developers, Reuters reported.
Epicor Software Corporation has introduced Epicor Dealer Network Portal as part of its upcoming release of Epicor ERP 10.2.300.
Saudi-based Al Hokair Entertainment has reportedly announced plans to embed virtual reality technology into its 91 active entertainment centres in the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
It presents four potential uses of autonomous driving vehicles – a sleeping environment, mobile office, living room and entertainment space – which all reimagine the way people travel.