Bringing the strengths of public and private cloud together in an optimal fashion can help enterprises keep their core legacy systems and leverage existing investment. However, it takes careful planning to get started on the journey to a hybrid model. We find out what it takes for enterprises to join the hybrid cloud bandwagon.
In the wake of increasing global cybercrimes and cyber-attacks, the importance of information security as the top priority of governments, …
Elavarasu Shanmugam, Storage Sales Leader, Gulf Business Machines, highlights the less-known aspects of flash storage, in an age where increasing number of organisations are opting for analytics, and the requirement for low latency and quicker responses from storage is on the rise.
Gary Hopwood, Manufacturing Channel Manager, Infor
Gulf Business Machines and Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, reaffirming their commitment to a longstanding strategic relationship.
As data is generated by the minute through various mediums, Reseller ME explores the channel’s role in optimising storage solutions.
Reseller ME looks into what enterprise vendors can do to help their partners increase their margins and therefore achieve higher profits.
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.
Through the advent of mobility, smartphones and tablets are now more dangerous devices to enterprises than laptops and PCs.
Mobile malware continues to proliferate, and at the same time employees are insisting on bringing their personal devices to work.
Gulf Business Machines today used its inaugural Enterprise Mobility event in Doha to highlight how companies and governments can leverage smart phones and tablets.
No technology has bulldozed its way onto the global scene and promised to revolutionise enterprise IT as much as cloud computing.
With new technologies seemingly always on the horizon, data exploding, and multiple solutions required to support all the intricacies of business, keeping a hold over your IT is becoming increasingly complicated. Enterprise architecture (EA) tools have emerged to allow CIOs the complete infrastructure visibility they require.
Now, more than ever, it’s advisable to test the waters before diving straight into a big contract.
As hackers and attackers wreak havoc on the industry, businesses have been looking for a watchful protector to secure their assets. Is security-as-a-service the IT industry’s Dark Knight?
The Middle East is a strong growth market with a knack to leap-frogging technology and delivering impressive implementations. CIOs have been deploying solutions and applications which are keeping the region relevant, and though most global brands have a presence here, the landscape owes much to locality.
For Star Trek fans, it seems like a long time ago since the Starship Enterprise attempted to boldly go where …
Mohammed Zameer, General Manager, Al Rostamani Communications
With the world on constant alert for cyber attacks, CIOs and IT decision makers flooded to the Habtoor Grand hotel …
Mobility is sweeping across the enterprises in the Middle East, creating bright opportunities for a channel reeling under pressure on …
The speakers have been announced for CNME’s upcoming Security Strategist 2013 event, taking place on April 22 at the Habtoor …