ISSUE # 300
CNME January 2017
CNME celebrate's its 25th year of defining enterprise technology coverage in the Middle East
Dubai Municipality is SDN-ready. Having evaluated a number of vendors that could deliver a transition to network automation, the government department tasked with urban planning and environment health opted for a partner that was, until recently, unheard of in the Middle East and North Africa region.
0 2216CNME caught up with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s CEO, Jack Chen, during his recent visit to Dubai to discuss the communication company’s latest strategy change - extending its approach to industries outside of the hospitality market.
0 1629Now in its third outing, each year, Ibtikar sees 15 teams of National Bank of Oman employees from across the company compete for the chance to see their technology idea brought to life. Editor James Dartnell reports from Muscat.
0 2319Determined to empower physicians and nurses with real-time information, as well as enhancing the patient experience, Medcare’s general manager for IT Naushad Mohammed opted for a fresh converged network solution.
0 4580Voice over LTE (VoLTE), which enables better quality voice calls on 4G networks, is a winning proposition for both operators and users.
0 1009Exponential growth of Big Data and analytics has sparked the need for businesses to collect, store and manage this data, as well as having the tools available to accurately analyse it in real-time. How can an efficient log management solution enhance this process?
0 1569Speaking at the recent launch of Amazon Web Services’ presence in the Middle East and North Africa, Fahad Al Gergawi, CEO, Dubai FDI, discussed the criticality of technology in developing the emirate’s business environment.
0 577Avaya Engage, held at Atlantis, The Palm, gathered industry leaders and key decision makers to discuss how the company’s technology solutions are helping customers and partners achieve their digital transformation objectives.