According to a newly released IDC study, organisations around the world are expected to triple the adoption of modern, automated networks over the next two years.
How aggressively will the region’s enterprises spend on network development over the coming 12 months, and are they ready to introduce widespread automation into their infrastructure?
Fog computing provides the capability to derive real-time insights from the vast amounts of data generated by “things” at the edge of the network. Aligning with Dubai’s vision to be the world’s “smartest city” by 2017, how can fog computing contribute to this effort?
According to a recent research by IDC, ensuring high levels of security of data and systems, and guaranteeing business continuity are the top IT priorities among Middle East and Africa (MEA) decision-makers in the healthcare industry.
The Middle East and Africa (MEA) tablet market declined 12.3 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2016 to total 3.32 million units, according to the latest figures from International Data Corporation (IDC).
In a world driven by as-a-service models, telco providers stand to suffer if they do not get their fair share of the services they provide. How can they differentiate themselves in terms of delivering Internet of Things infrastructure, and what hurdles must be overcome in this process?
Set to take place on May 23 in Doha and May 25 in Dubai, the forum aims to provide a platform for the region’s industry decision makers to discuss the latest IoT innovations, explore common IoT challenges, and share strategies for driving increased adoption.
The telcos of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are beginning to converge their traditional abilities and the delivery of attractive and compelling content is opening up valuable new revenue streams.
Samsung Electronics has appointed D.J. Koh, Head of Mobile Research and Development, as the new Chief of Mobile Communications Business.
In recent years, enterprise mobility (EM) has evolved from being a simple mobile device management tool. As part of this evolution, it is branching out to a variety of endpoint interfaces to include cross-mobile platforms and connected things.