Yahya Kassab, Senior Director & General Manager, GCC and Pakistan, Commvault, addresses their presence at Intersec 2023 and the developing trends in data management to look out for in 2023.
Coronavirus: Tech events cancelled, postponed in the Gulf region
As the world reels to curb the spread of the coronavirus, major events across the globe from concerts to sporting events to conferences have been cancelled or postponed.
“Our technology is constantly evolving”: NetApp’s Fadi Kanafani
Fadi Kanafani, Managing Director and General Manager – Middle East, NetApp, discusses the evolution of video surveillance technologies and the …
Motorola flaunts latest video security solutions in Dubai
As the demand for solutions that help manage increasing volumes of data from public safety and security organisations continue to grow, Motorola seeks to develop innovations that address these challenges and help business and communities thrive.
“AI to enable ‘real-time’ security surveillance”: Western Digital
Western Digital senior sales director Khwaja Saifuddin on how AI will transform smart video technologies.
Western Digital introduces ‘no blind spots’ smart video solutions
Western Digital will be highlighting a range of advanced new technologies at Intersec Dubai that provide a complete smart video solution.
“This will be a transformative year for building security”: Honeywell
Honeywell has released its predictions on emerging trends that will shape cybersecurity for buildings, ahead of Intersec 2020, which is being held in Dubai.
HID Global to showcase secure identity management offerings at Intersec 2020
HID Global has announced its participation at Intersec 2020 to showcase its latest innovations.
NetApp to showcase video surveillance solutions at Intersec 2020
NetApp, the leader in cloud data services, has announced its participation at Intersec 2020 with the aim of helping organisations …
Intersec to spotlight how AI will enable intelligent security
Artificial Intelligence is being hailed as the latest security breakthrough, but the industry has yet to fully understand its capabilities, according to Hikvision.