Bogged down by legacy systems and stubborn employees, Petroserv’s IT was suffering. The Qatari firm’s Head of IT, Mubarik Hussain, shares his story of how he instigated a complete technology overhaul, and has since reaped the rewards.
Cisco recently introduced its new NFV Infrastructure Solution (NFVI), which according to the company, combines both virtual and physical environments, and provides all the necessary compute, storage, and networking infrastructure to run NFV network services.
Perhaps one of the most important foundations for any nation’s success is its education system. Endeavouring to meet the high standards of the UAE’s capital, Abu Dhabi Education Council implemented a modern enterprise management solution to create an integrated system within its networks.
Mohammed Dualeh, Regional Sales Manager –MENA, Pure Storage, writes about what IT managers ought to know about all-flash storage systems
The state of the region’s telecoms is to an extent polarised. While markets such as the UAE have the world’s highest smartphone penetration rate, other providers are in the midst of catching up with the demand for digital services, and providing greater bandwidth for rural areas. Here’s what the Middle East can expect in 2016.
Infoblox recently announced that the creation of DNS infrastructure by cybercriminals to unleash exploit kits increased 75 percent in third quarter of 2015 from the same period in 2014, as reported in the newest edition of the Infoblox DNS Threat Index.
eHosting DataFort (eHDF) has recently confirmed its participation at this year’s GITEX Technology Week. During their participation the company will showcase its enhanced managed hosting, cloud infrastructure and disaster recovery services.
Red Hat recently announced that it has been named the leader in mobile infrastructure services, in the “Forrester Wave Mobile Infrastructure Services, Q3 2015,” by Forrester Research.
Fady Sleiman, CIO, Waha Capital, does not see areas of weakness. Instead, he prefers to see opportunities. When he had the opportunity to streamline the technology infrastructure in the office, he and his team went all in.
Network Function Virtualisation has the potential to profoundly change the way networks are built out and managed. Service providers hope to benefit from NFV by reducing start-up costs and the costs associated with network operations – both CAPEX and OPEX.