When COVID-19 arrived in early 2020, enterprises’ first priority was to patch together a communications and information-sharing infrastructure that could sustain operations until work could return to normal. More than a year later, returns are on hold, and enterprises are rethinking their visions of “normal.” They’re reimagining their workplaces and their business practices, embracing more flexible models that take advantage of the benefits of edge technologies.
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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.
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CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Sasrik Sivaram Vallath, Divisional Manager at DME Prolink, which is the Data Communication Division …
Mimecast Cloud Archive for Theta Lake streamlines governance archive of communications and productivity apps in the remote working era
D-Link routers can be instrumental in enabling secure and reliable connections as the global events sector returns to normalcy.
As many people have now relocated where they work and learn as a result of COVID-19, networks need to adapt swiftly to cope with the changes, says David Shi, President of Huawei Enterprise Business Group, Middle East.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Sakker Hussain, Director – Sales and Marketing, Middle East & Africa at D-Link, to …
D-Link Middle East, the leader in connecting people, businesses and cities, is primed to transform the connectivity landscape in the region through its innovative and next-gen Wi-Fi 6 routers.