Remote Work: Can IT up its Game in Digital Infrastructure?
How A10 Networks is Positioning the Channel for Growth, Finding Ways to Incentivise Partners.
Importance of “Going-Digital” During Remote Working and Beyond.
Are the region’s data centres ready for our digital demands?
From On-Campus to On-Demand: Secure Networking for the New Higher Education.
The recent announcement by German car manufacturing behemoth Volkswagen AG, that they will have to significantly reduce their production over the next coming months, due to the global chip shortage is just another illustration of the impact the crisis is having on multiple industries worldwide. The beginning of the global chip shortage can be traced back to the heavy-handed tactics pursued by the U.S. government in its treatment of Chinese ICT vendors.
Narender Vasandani, Technical Services Group Manager IMEA at Siemon, penned an exclusive op-ed for May’s edition of CNME, in which he discusses the fundamental steps that are integral to build smart cities of the future.
As industrial operations become increasingly autonomous, ‘connected workers’ are vital for digital business success, explains Kim Custeau, Vice President APM Business at AVEVA.
Alaa Bawab, Vice President for Enterprise Networking Business, Huawei Middle East, outlines the need for greater bandwidth and data speed in order to facilitate and meet the increased demand for OTT content.
Communications Service Providers Should Not Let IPv4 Exhaustion Stop Growth.
Integrating the Longer-term Home Office into your Hybrid Workplace.
Businesses looking to deliberately form a multi-cloud strategy must first ensure that their standards of digital hygiene including cybersecurity protocols, tracking, clear roles and responsibilities are fit for purpose. This is fundamental to the success of reaping the very real benefits of, while managing the potential risks in terms of cloud security and cost containment.
Designing an office that will work for our new reality and the near future will challenge organisations to rethink everything from their network infrastructure to physical architecture.
The necessity to deliver infrastructure, application, and data resources to edge locations will accelerate the deployment of new, cloud-centric edge and network solutions, maintains IDC. These will provide much quicker processing to satisfy increasing digitalisation efforts. Edge will also provide a critical building block for business resilience, providing all-important scalability, flexibility and agility.