CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Leila Serhan, Public Sector Director, Microsoft UAE, at GISEC 2021, to learn more about the need for tech intensity, how the US technology leader is helping to drive the digital transformation of the UAE economy, and how the security landscape has changed since COVID-19.
Ransomware is on the rise again. A recent industry report found that ransomware attacks increased by 150% in the last year, while blockchain research firm Chainalysis saw a 311% increase, year on year, to the end of 2020 in the number of actual ransomware attacks. Ransomware is also a growing concern in the Middle East region, as attack frequency and sophistication rose significantly since last year.
What Does the Future Hold for the Communication Service Providers Keeping the World Connected During COVID-19?
Multi-sector collaborations and global vaccinations key to fighting COVID-19, reveals new DHL white paper.
In an exclusive interview, CNME Editor Mark Forker, spoke to Karam Malhotra, Partner and Global VP of SHAREit, to learn more about the company’s phenomenal growth globally, how it diversified its service offering to end-users – and what ultimately differentiates the company from its streaming and file sharing rivals.
CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Dr Eng. Fadi Nasser, Chief Commercial Officer at MEEZA, to find out how they helped customers evolve their IT infrastructure during the COVID-19 crisis, its partnership with Cisco – and the ongoing new trends emerging in cloud utilisation.
Over the course of Q2, McAfee’s global network of over a billion sensors observed a 605% increase in COVID-19-related attack detections compared to Q1.
Nutanix has announced findings of a new report analysing how cloud usage trends have changed throughout 2019 and 2020.
Riverbed NPM now includes more cloud options, increased visibility and analysis of encrypted traffic.
New global research commissioned by Kaspersky of 8,000 SMB workers across multiple industries has revealed that almost three quarters of employees (88 percent) want to rethink pre-COVID-19 ways of working.