Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi CIO Gareth Sherlock discusses how he introduced a series of smart workflows that have improved the quality of care and all but eliminated risks in certain vital procedures.
Determined to combine business and technology acumen in his role, Akshay Lamba took on the position of CIO at Deloitte Middle East in May last year, and now oversees the firm’s IT operations across 16 countries in the region.
As Dubai continually unleashes a series of ambitious transport initiatives, how long will it be before self-driving cars are making their way up and down Sheikh Zayed Road?
With on-demand transport services giving users a ride at the click of a button, gone are the days of spending half an hour flagging a cab in 50-degree heat. CNME investigates how the likes of Uber and Careem have affected the day-to-day commute of Middle East residents.
Group CEO of UAE-based travel booking agent, Musafir.com, Rajesh Pareek shares his plans to progress the firm’s online booking business, and how technology is disrupting the industry.
With over 20,000 employees on its books and an increasingly international sales team to support, CIO Marco van de Sandt has built the foundations of technological change at alfanar, which is now reaping the benefits.
In a bid to ease traffic congestion, reduce the hassle of vehicle ownership and encourage commuters to opt for a cost-efficient route to work, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has partnered with ekar to introduce a pay-by-the-hour car rental service.
In partnership with Avaya and AGC Networks, CNME hosted a roundtable discussion on how organisations can put the customer experience at the heart of their digital transformation initiatives.
CNME – in collaboration with Equinix – recently hosted an in-depth roundtable discussion on the challenges that CIOs are facing around their digitalisation efforts, and took stock of the progress they have made so far.
A range of household names have succumbed to the power of digital technology in recent years. We explore where the likes of Kodak went wrong, as well as the industries that are on the verge of the most profound disruption – or even extinction.