Veeam Software has announced a new initiative in partnership with its Veeam Cloud and Service Provider (VCSP) partners that will enable current customers, using its products and solutions, to extend their ‘availability’ strategy to the cloud at no cost.
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Gulf Business Machines (GBM) has partnered with Ankabut for the first deployment of an Internet Services Provider (ISP) Control Desk in the education sector in the UAE.
According to the IBM, the cloud solution will allow Bank Sohar to enhance its information technology infrastructure, boost its client service capabilities and elevate the overall customer experience.
StorIT Distribution has announced that it will be placing the spotlight on its broad range solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2016, which will be from 16th to 20th October 2016 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
VMware has recently announced that it has been included in the Leaders Quadrant of Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualisation Infrastructure for the seventh consecutive year.
Inflexible and complex IT infrastructures can hamper any organisation. These barriers result in slow deployment of critical applications and services, leaving them unable to keep up with growing business demands. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) can tackle these issues, and bring a whole host of benefits.
Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) promises to significantly change the way telecom networks are built and operated. However, there remain several challenges to widespread adoption.
In an unexpected move on 24th May, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise said it would spin off its enterprise services business and merge it with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) to create an IT services giant with $26 billion in annual revenue.
Nexans unveiled its latest data centre innovations under the name of “Smart Choices for Digital Infrastructure” in the Middle East.