The Business Performance Innovation (BPI) Network has recently announced its “Transform to Better Perform” campaign which aims to explore business imperatives and IT trends reshaping the future of data centres and evolving hybrid IT models.
Having gone private a year-and-a-half ago, Dell is pitching its end-to-end integrated solutions, and has chalked out a go-to-market strategy with partners playing a key role in it. We sat down with Driss Elougmani, the new GM for Dell’s recently formed Middle East Turkey and Africa business to understand the channel implications.
Dell has recently rolled out a series of new storage offerings designed to help businesses and organisations cost-effectively adapt and scale their data centres to keep pace with ever-increasing IT demands.
Anthony Perridge, EMEA Channel Director, Sourcefire, now a part of Cisco, discusses the importance of protecting data centres.
IBM plans to invest more than $1.2 billion to grow its global cloud footprint significantly and has additional centres planned for the Middle East region by 2015.
Semiconductor company Avago Technologies has agreed to buy storage and networking company LSI for US$6.6 billion in an effort to expand its data centre offerings.
Marcus Jewell, vice president, EMEA at Brocade looks into his crystal ball to outline the top technology trends that Middle East enterprises should watch out for in 2014:
NetApp has outlined its strategy to deliver “seamless” cloud data management, bridging public and private clouds.
Dell has announced new enterprise technology to ‘help customers architect new data centres and modernise campus networks’.
Google said its data centres in Taiwan and Singapore have gone online to cater to the growing number of Internet users in Asia.