Smart City technology to grow to USD 20.2 billion by 2020, but organisations need long-lasting IT plans in the next six months, says Condo Protego CEO Andrew Calthorpe
Anthony Perridge, EMEA Channel Director at Sourcefire, now a part of Cisco discusses the revolution of iPhones and the trends around it.
V. Srinivasa Rao, Global Head, Digital Enterprise Solutions, Tech Mahindra spells out IT trends that will play an important role in 2014.
Shabbir Ahmad, Regional Sales Director – Networking, Dell, EMEA Emerging Markets discusses trends for 2014.
Condo Protego CEO Andrew Calthorpe puts the spotlight on some of the key trends likely to make a mark in 2014.
SDN offers immediate and future growth opportunities for those who begin to prepare now. SDN is about better utilisation and increasing the agility of the underlying infrastructure, not about replacing it.
It’s a good time for the channel partners to take stock, reflect on what went right and wrong in the past six months, and come up with strategies to boost business going forward.
Over the past year, Microsoft has shown poor planning and a lack of respect for the tumultuous consumer market, which can sink or float a company within months.
There’s no success without the blood, sweat and tears of a proper training regime, says Condo Protego CEO Andrew Calthorpe
Whilst working from home is nothing new, the working environment as we know it is on a path to radical change. Advances in cloud computing, portable technology and the ability to outsource business at the click of a button now means that enterprises in the UAE have less and less need to be tied to a fixed traditional office space.
Data loss is not something you should be losing sleep over – provided you’ve got the right plans in place, says Condo Protego CEO Andrew Calthorpe.
Walking through the PlayStation 3 section of my local Virgin Megastore recently, I came across something amazing – the chain has started accepting trade-ins as partial payment for new games.
As forward-looking enterprises consider the future of their IT architectures, the key question emerging is not public versus private cloud, but rather how the enterprise will ensure consistency across an environment that includes both.
According to IDC, Middle East IT spending in 2013 is projected to cross the $32 billion mark which is double the global average.