Almost 5000 participants representing end customers, technology partners and media from across the globe attended the virtual conference.
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.
Sakkeer Hussain, Director – Sales & Marketing, D-Link Middle East & Africa, tells RME in an exclusive interview how the company’s forward-looking partner program empowers businesses to …
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OptiPulse Announces the Discovery of a New Type of Laser That May Replace Microwaves.
New technology partnership with Jaguar Racing to be showcased during the event, culminating in a keynote presentation by James Barclay, Jaguar Racing’s Team Director.
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 However, this requires a cultural change – the traditional command-and-control style of leadership is outdated.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.
CNME Editor Mark Forker interviewed Claude Schuck, Regional Director, Veeam Middle East, to find out more about its new Veeam VBR V11 solutions that includes the most advanced data protection solution for cloud, virtual, physical and enterprise workloads.
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.