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 However, this requires a cultural change – the traditional command-and-control style of leadership is outdated.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.
Middle Eastern companies must adopt and oversee five key imperatives for a successful digital transformation.
CNME Editor Mark Forker managed to secure an exclusive interview with CP Gurnani, Managing Director and CEO, Tech Mahindra, to find out the company’s vision on sustainability, determining if profitability and sustainability can coincide together – and the impact 5G will have on the digital economy.
David Shi, President of Huawei Enterprise Business Group, Middle East, has claimed that collaboration is key to accelerating industry-wide innovation, in a candid interview with CNME Editor Mark Forker.
While brands are constantly looking for ways to stand out in a digitally charged world, they must recognise that a digital customer experience isn’t the only thing that consumers want; Today, more than ever, there’s great value in a seamless, human approach that has a personal touch. The big question remains, how can you give your customers a genuinely digital experience with a human touch?
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Hidetoshi Kaneko, Head of Systems and Solutions Department at Panasonic Middle East, to find out how the Japanese electronics company is positioning itself to play a key role in the electrification of the global automotive industry, the diversification of its portfolio, its approach to sustainability – and its renewed focus on smart city solutions.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to technology firebrand Dr. Jassim Haji, President of AI Society Bahrain, to find out what his assessment of the IT ecosystem is following the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic – and what trends and technologies he expects to see emerge in the new digital economy.
CNME Editor Mark Forker secured an exclusive interview with Abdulrahman Mutrib, CTO, Seera, to find out how the leading travel and tourism company adapted its business model to deal with the challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis – and how technology is empowering them to make better decisions.
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?
CNME Editor Mark Forker reviews the newly released vivo V20, which has been tipped to make a seismic impact in the ultra-competitive smartphone market in the Middle East.
In this month’s edition of Women in Tech, we spoke to Jumana Salem, Vice President of Digital Business X(DBX) EdTech at Injazat, who highlighted the misconceptions around gender equality in the UAE, how the digital transformation provider leveraged its solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic – and the role technology is playing in education.