Dynamic defence

After a long summer break, CNME kicked off its long-anticipated event season with the return of the fifth annual Enterprise Security 360 Roadshow. Reaching Riyadh, Dubai and Doha, the show covered a range of issues that are never far from the thoughts of Middle Eastern CIOs. CNME reports from the UAE leg of the show.

Defending tactics

Reseller ME finds out how security channel players can be a step ahead in the highly dynamic marketplace and maintain profitability.

Work release

Employees and employers alike are embracing the move to mobile technology in the workplace. For employees, this means a greater amount a freedom when it comes to when and where they work. For employers, mobile technology can mean a boost in productivity and efficiency.

Malicious mobility

From paying bills on our smartphones to banking on our tablets, we are living more and more of our lives on our mobile devices. However, with all of this agility comes a measure of concern.

Oxygen to showcase portfolio at GISEC

Oxygen, the secure mobility value-added distributor (VAD), has announced its participation at GISEC, which is scheduled to be held from June 9th – 11th 2014 at Dubai World Trade Center, UAE.

Harnessing gigabit Wi-Fi

The fifth generation of Wi-Fi has arrived. This has left organisations with the decision of whether to transition to the newer, faster, wireless networking standard. Is the new version of the 802.11 Wi-Fi standard ready for prime time?

Wi-Fi to the rescue

Wi-Fi promises many benefits for cellular operators looking to meet the ever-increasing bandwidth needs and ease congestion on their networks.

In the right direction

Training partners is imperative for a successful channel business. Reseller ME investigates how the channel goes about implementing these programmes and the roadblocks.

The 'mobile first' approach

IDC recently predicted that CIOs will be forced to take a ‘mobility first’ approach to building networks, whereby mobility solutions and BYOD policies are integrated into infrastructures. How accurate is this prediction, and is the Middle East really ready to put mobile first?

Dell jumps into enterprise mobility management

Dell Software yesterday introduced a suite of software and services for enterprise mobility management, including a ‘secure workspace’ for mobile devices that lets enterprise IT managers separate work from data apps.

How to simplify your infrastructure

It’s a cold, hard fact that enterprises are putting more strain on their networks now than ever before. On top of this, never before has the risk of downtime been more pertinent―businesses simply can’t afford for their networks to be down, even momentarily, meaning the pressure is on CIOs to ensure that all services are up-and-running all of the time.

Riverbed appoints new worldwide channels SVP

Application performance infrastructure firm Riverbed Technology last week announced the appointment of Keith Hoskison as Senior Vice President of their Worldwide Channels and Strategic Account Programmes division.

Riverbed Technology appoints Keith Hoskison as Senior VP

The company has appointed Keith Hoskison as the Senior Vice President, Worldwide Channels and Strategic Account Programs and he will be responsible for Riverbed’s global partner strategy, execution and strategic sales programmes.

MDM: The ultimate guide

With some commentators labeling the BYOD trend as unstoppable, organisations are now turning to MDM to ensure the security of their networks. But how should MDM be tackled?


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