Global Lockdowns May Limit COVID-19, But Not DDoS.
Expert Opinion: The Way We Work: From All Change to You Choose.
Traditional access, aggregation, and metro network designs were not deployed with the on-demand cloud content and COVID-19 era in mind. They must be rethought to leverage IoT, 5G, and cloud services, says Azz-Eddine Mansouri, General Manager of Sales at Ciena Middle East
COVID-19 is Accelerating the Shift to Edge Computing.
Poly Baselines Six Workplace Personas And the Emerging Trends.
Pandemic spurs banks’ AI adoption for AML, SAS study shows.
A return to pre-pandemic working practices is unlikely to happen. To learn more about the impact on networks and cyber security that COVID-19 has had on service providers, A10 Networks commissioned a survey and the results from the Middle East provide interesting insights. A large proportion of the senior IT professionals that we surveyed were adamant that the workplace won’t snap back to how it was before COVID-19, and that they expect and are preparing for a hybrid approach to working practices. The pandemic significantly raised awareness around the resiliency of the network and the robustness of security, and going forward, subscribers and enterprises expect much stronger security from their communications service providers and will demand more in their SLAs and expand to other types of service providers to get this commitment.
3M Partners with Pandemic Action Network to Improve Global Response and Prepare for Future Pandemics.
A network that can support the hybrid workplace and business agility is becoming an increasingly urgent need. We have now seen that a hybrid workplace model is the answer to the changes in how we communicate, live and work – changes that have only been accelerated by COVID-19. The mission-critical role of IT within this model means that organisations cannot afford the consequences of a poor performing network.
CNME Editor Mark Forker secured an exclusive interview with Thomas Veit, Vice President, Central Europe, Mitel, to find out how the global pandemic impacted the global unified communications leader, its strategy for growth in the MEA region – and the importance of the channel ecosystem in the company’s success.