Anders Lindblad, President, Ericsson Middle East offers his tips for the top consumer trends of 2014.
2014 is poised to be an even bigger year for networks in the Middle East, perhaps “the year of the network”, says Shabbir Ahmad, Regional Sales Director – Networking, Dell, EMEA Emerging Markets
Deciding which applications in the data center should be virtualised is an important process, says Alexey Strygin, Senior Solutions Architect, Veeam Software, Middle East
Telcos now face threats on their mobile network from their own subscribers and their device says Mahmoud Samy, Area Head, Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan, Arbor Networks
The mountain of information devices create is forcing companies to rethink how to securely capture, store and retrieve data to derive more value from it, says Greg White, Senior Manager of Product Marketing at CommVault
The Middle East and Africa region’s insatiable demand for smarter mobile devices and multimedia content delivered on-the-go is causing telecom operators to battle tremendous growth in mobile traffic on their networks.
As an annual maturity assessment, the Gartner Hype Cycle continues to provide an accurate indication of those technologies and IT trends that are continuing to change the landscape around us, particularly those that have created large-scale technological shifts that impact a diverse set of users.
It is that time of the year again when you sit down, take stock of your IT Help Desk’s performance over the past 12 months, and chart a course for success in the New Year. We’ve decided to go ahead and do the heavy lifting for you by creating a list of things you could focus on in 2014.
The potential business impact of cyber attacks and data loss, along with high-profile data breaches experienced by organisations like LexisNexis andEvernote, seems to have done little to convince small and mid-size businesses that they should be making cyber security a priority.
Marcus Jewell, vice president, EMEA at Brocade looks into his crystal ball to outline the top technology trends that Middle East enterprises should watch out for in 2014:
Threats lurk within networks, endpoints or devices, often hidden in poorly configured settings or permissions, ineffective data governance, access management and usage policies. These unseen threats come from all perimeters of the organisation and major trends such as BYOD, big data, cloud, and mobile apps have increased the challenge faced by IT leaders.
High demand for superfast broadband and internet services by households across the region necessitates large scale rollout of FTTH networks. Field cabling or Outside Plant (OSP) cabling is now the biggest challenge in these deployments and the long term success of telecom operators will be decided by how they plan and deploy these networks today.
IT analyst firm Gartner placed ‘Software Defined Anything’ in its list for Top IT Trends for 2014. Within the storage market, software-defined storage is rapidly gaining importance and becoming a growing market trend in the Middle East.
We take a look at a few key tips to help aspiring coders get a foot in the door.