Privileged password management works hand-in-hand with implementing least privilege and should be a foundational element of any organisation’s PAM initiatives.
Dubai Airports will use Siemens’ data analytics and smart building technology to guarantee annual energy savings of almost 20 percent per year at Dubai Airports’ facilities, according to WAM.
With 63 local branches and 24 more spread across four continents, Lebanon’s Bank of Beirut was challenged with coping with the huge quantity of documents involved in its daily operations. As the bank sought to provide faster, more accurate and secure services, it opted for an enterprise content management solution that would streamline business processes.
Struggling to deal with the paper trail left by the 24,000 students to have passed through its doors since 2000, Palestine’s Arab American University of Jenin needed a fresh document management solution. Laserfiche was on hand to provide a series of upgrades to AAUJ’s processes.
The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority sits at the centre of one of this country’s most important strategic verticals. Responsible for the navigation, safety and international services of aviation activity, the GCAA needed a centralised reporting tool and mobile app to connect airlines, pilots and engineers.
While a software-defined network can improve application performance and help ease administrative tasks, it can also create new vulnerabilities. Experts offer advice for security teams.
Riverbed Technology has announced the results of the Riverbed Global Application Performance Survey 2015, a global survey of business decision-makers on the business impact of application performance.
Gartner has positioned Ericsson as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrants for Operations Support Systems and Integrated Revenue and Customer Management (IRCM) for CSPs for the fourth and second consecutive years, respectively.
Ericsson showcased its Cloud and IP solutions at the first Cloud and IP Summit held recently at the JW Marriot Hotel and Smart Village in Egypt
Apple is incrementally restoring its developer systems following an intrusion last week the company said may have divulged personal information about registered users.