Sacha Giese, Head Geek at SolarWinds, has penned an exclusive op-ed for February’s edition of CNME, in which he outlines how a multi-cloud approach and strategy can be a driver for digital transformation.
Erdem Soyal, Vice President Middle East & Africa at Barco, has highlighted five workplace predictions that he expects to see come to fruition in 2021, such as the demand for a hybrid working environment in an exclusive op-ed for February’s edition of CNME.
From 5G-enabled remote operations to patient apps, digital innovations are being deployed in the healthcare sector to try and mitigate these challenges. However, there is one missing piece of the technology puzzle required to bring these key developments together and ensure the sector can keep scaling up – and that can be found at the Edge.
Companies can only develop and drive innovation with the right communication. However, this requires a cultural change – the traditional command-and-control style of leadership is outdated. But companies do not have to reinvent the wheel: Culture-as-a-Service is the answer.
Sharay Shams, General Manager, Motorola Middle East touches on the widespread deployment of 5G networks by service providers across the Gulf region and the responsibility in bridging the digital divide.
We think of cyber criminals as sitting in basements, plotting to subvert technology by breaking through the firewall, but the reality is that the problem is a human one. Technology is actually quite effective at withstanding attacks, so the attackers target the most vulnerable spot – the user.
Sanjay Kumar Sainani, SVP and CTO of Huawei Global Data Centre Facility Business, outlines the evolution that data centres have underwent in order to cope with the exponential increase in data growth.
Creating a culture of security is the future, but what does it look like in practice and how can organisations ensure they are following effective guiding principles to keep them on track? What can you do today to promote a positive security culture?
Sid Bhatia, Regional Director – Middle East, Dataiku, penned an exclusive op-ed for January’s edition of CNME that examines key data science trends that he believes will come to fruition in 2021- which includes the growing need for enterprises to apply AI more responsibly.
Anas A. Abdul-Haiy, Director and Deputy CEO of Proven Consult, highlights factors that contribute towards successful implementation of AI tools and can also lead to failure of projects if they are misaligned with business priorities.
Defending Against Increasing DDoS Attacks in the Light of COVID-19 and 5G.
Ali Shabdar, Zoho Corp, MEA Regional Director – AI will play an important role in 2021. Advanced AI technology will help enable data security by detecting potential threats and data breaches before they happen.
Tamer El Refaey, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, Emerging Markets, Micro Focus, believes that with the right technical capabilities, NextGen SOCs can help filter pout ‘noise’ and overcome the major challenges surrounding cyber security.
Business Resilience Drives Industrial Automation Systems Modernisation in the Middle East – Alfonso Rodriguez, Vice President, Process Automation Middle East at Schneider Electric.