By: Amanulla Khan, Managing Director – Middle East, Turkey & Africa, Linksys 2020 was an unprecedented year in many ways. …
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?
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 …
Author: Simon Bennett, Rackspace CTO for EMEA Since the early days of the pandemic, most people in IT will have been …
The world has been severely affected by the pandemic triggered by COVID-19. Such transitions could not have been possible without the proliferation of cloud-based services, which have enabled enterprises to swiftly alter their business models to catch up with the rapid pace of changes.
Ryan Witt details the factors that make the healthcare sector an attractive target for cybercriminals and how we can counter them.
The use of online channels will grow in the Middle East as half of male population now shop online.
This rise in digital literacy, together with the imminent period of rapid digitalisation of the economy, means that ensuring fair and equal access to both education and future job markets will rest on the extent of digital inclusion within our societies.
Jadd Elliot Dib, Founder and CEO of Pangaea X, highlights the power of data analytics in terms of navigating the uncertainty that has been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in an exclusive op-ed for tahawultech.com
Now that 2020 is coming to a close, what are some of the important lessons we have learned? How can they help better us in cybersecurity?
Local cloud infrastructure, seamless digital experience and zero trust security model among top tech predictions for 2021.
Dynabook’s Christoph Dobler discusses tech opportunities in a post-COVID-19 era and his predictions for 2021.
Now, with the likelihood of a few vaccines being released soon, global organisations, governments and business entities need to start thinking about what is in store on the other side of the vaccine. The world could look very different, with different expectations, different regulations and value proposals.