Jihad Tayara, CEO of EVOTEQ questions if digital transformation needs to be disruptive and shares why it is essential to implement it without disrupting operations.
The opportunity and the need for DX has been made so clear during the past 12 months, but above all there is one factor holding it back: data protection and a company’s ability to ensure one of its most critical assets – data – is available at all times.
Cisco has conducted research to discover the top malware threats across industries in 2020 with in its new “DNS Security” report. It follows extensive analysis of malicious DNS activity and threats from January to December last year.
HPE Aruba Drives Industry 4.0 with Edge-to-Cloud Technologies that Support Hyper-Aware Industrial Facilities.
Privacy is a deceptively complex topic, it’s something that must be looked through social and technological lenses, which themselves change over time. It is true today that more data is being created, stored, indexed and analysed than ever before.
Ronald van Loon is a Lenovo partner, and was invited to participate in their Think Transformation: An experts guide to becoming ‘Data-Centred’ campaign, which shines a light on the importance of human involvement in sparking enterprise-wide intelligent transformation and making the most of data’s infinite potential – a principle of Ronald’s perspective as a digital transformation thought leader.
IP enables humans and machines to ‘talk’ to each other. It’s the foundation of the internet, and it works because it’s based on open industry standards. And it’s constantly evolving. New applications and use cases—such as 5G, Fiber Deep’s Converged Interconnect Network (CIN) architecture, and Edge Cloud—require that IP networks evolve to keep pace.
Besides improving its own energy efficiency, ICT can also help other sectors become more efficient, using the technologies it empowers to make logistics and workplaces much smarter.
March is Women’s History Month with this year’s theme being “choose to challenge.” From a cybersecurity perspective, the number of …
By: Ibrahim Alshamrani, Chief Security Officer, Huawei Saudi Arabia Everything that is connected—including our personal devices, autonomous machines, industrial equipment, …
In addition to the direct effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we also saw a sharp rise in cybercriminal activity. From simple phishing attacks to one of the largest DDoS attacks ever recorded, we saw the cyber threat landscape evolve and grow. At the same time, we also saw a rapid growth in the tech and cyber security industry.
Today’s organisations require the ability to autonomously secure all enterprise data – security related or not. This is exactly where enterprises can benefit from adopting XDR, an integrated platform that provides visibility and automated defences required across all assets.
The current pandemic-induced economic downturn has led many to rapidly increase the speed at which they digitise their business — sequestering workforces in their homes and looking for ways to serve a customer base that is now concentrated within digital channels. For many brands a greater transition into the cloud has been a fundamental strategy underpinning this move. However, moving to the cloud still has its challenges for some organisations. New complexities in the IT environment can prevent IT teams from delivering the promised return on cloud investments. Monitoring and observability are now critical components to an effective hybrid cloud strategy.
While the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, it has also brought into focus the need to rebuild and acquire digital skills to help deliver what the business can do best, explains Ranjith Kaippada, Managing Director at Cloud Box Technologies.