Company delivers alignment tool through Microsoft 365 at a time when the country’s innovators are introducing additional complexity to IT environments by initiating rapid migrations to cloud ecosystems and implementing hybrid-working models.
Thales is supplying Commercial Bank of Kuwait (CBK) with its Gemalto Trusted Services Hub (TSH) that offers CBK customers the freedom and convenience of secure contactless payments, on their smartphones.
Fortinet has been chosen by Ooredoo Kuwait, a part of Ooredoo Group to deliver the region’s first secure SD-WAN managed service.
Zain Group has successfully launched the region’s first 5G roaming service between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, with download speeds reaching as high as 500 Mbps for both outbound and inbound roaming.
Kuwait-based telco Zain Group has announced that it has achieved Gold level member status in the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) enabling them to offer dedicated and private access to Oracle Cloud through Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect.
Online laundry services firm JustClean has recently outlined its dynamic expansion plans to bring monthly growth in the UAE and international markets.
Kuwait plans to build its first techno-complex to develop its industrial capacity, according to a recent report by the Kuwait News Agency.
Microsoft has partnered with Cubical Services to support start-ups in line with the Kuwait Vision 2035.
Microsoft has recently held the ‘Banking Edition’ of its CISO Executive Series – an even tailored for the security leaders in Kuwait’s banking industry.
Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business, has announced that it has played a role in Gulf Bank’s digital transformation journey.
Kuwait International Airport, an entity managed by the government’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has announced that it has adopted Microsoft Azure cloud solutions to streamline the airport’s operations.
Microsoft has recently demonstrated the power of its Cloud and Artificial Intelligence solutions to accelerate the Kuwait’s efforts towards e-services and drive digital transformation across all sectors in the country.
Kuwait’s central bank has issued regulatory guidelines for companies wishing to experiment with new financial technology products and services.
Kuwait, as part of its nationwide digital roadmap ‘New Kuwait 2035’, aims to drive the country’s digital innovation market to nearly $988.88 million this year.