Cisco has announced a partnership with systems integrator Smartworld to design and deploy the network infrastructure for Expo 2020 Dubai.
Smartworld promotes data protection in Middle East with new dealsSmartworld has announced its partnership with CIEL/GlobalSign to offer Digital Certificates and value add features of Scalable encryption, authentication, identity management services to meet the demands of the digital economy.0 2820
Epicor, RheinBrücke collaborate with SmartWorld
Epicor Software has announced that its international partner RheinBrücke has signed a partnership agreement with SmartWorld, the region’s smart services …
Digitisation for business success tops Cisco Connect UAE agenda
Cisco has showcased its latest solutions and provided insights into the latest trends and thinking about digitisation during its flagship IT and thought leadership event – Cisco Connect 2017.
Cisco recognises Middle East channel partners
Cisco has recently presented awards to its top performing Tier-2 channel partners from the UAE, Oman, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen which form part of the Cisco Middle East’s – East region.
Information Security TITLeS Interview
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Rise of the machines
Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications could open up a new world of technological opportunity, both for consumers and for businesses. So why, despite the big buzz, hasn’t M2M taken off, and what interest should the Middle East take?
The calm before the plunge
Now, more than ever, it’s advisable to test the waters before diving straight into a big contract.
MVNO can do
With Saudia Arabia’s telecoms regulator, the CITC, set to award the country’s first three mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) licences in the coming quarter, Ben Rossi examines why — contrary to other regions — they are yet to play a major part in the Middle East’s telecoms industry.
The Middle East is a strong growth market with a knack to leap-frogging technology and delivering impressive implementations. CIOs have been deploying solutions and applications which are keeping the region relevant, and though most global brands have a presence here, the landscape owes much to locality.
There’s an expanding need for data over voice, and network traffic is feeling the strain. Optimising your network is a …