CommScope is partnering with Google’s Area 120 for the launch of Orion Wifi, a platform designed to bring private, secure roaming for consumers while helping public venues solve cellular dead zones and monetise their networks.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), is one of the world’s leading financial centres and home to the largest, most developed …
D-Link routers can be instrumental in enabling secure and reliable connections as the global events sector returns to normalcy.
As many people have now relocated where they work and learn as a result of COVID-19, networks need to adapt swiftly to cope with the changes, says David Shi, President of Huawei Enterprise Business Group, Middle East.
Security professionals across the Middle East must educate employees about the rise in coronavirus-related cybercrime and how to avoid placing their organisation at risk, says Werno Gevers, cybersecurity specialist, Mimecast.
Shadi Bakhour, Business Unit Director, B2B, Canon Middle East and General Manager, Canon Saudi Arabia, highlights how the current COVID-19 pandemic is re-shaping the future of education.
D-Link Corporation has launched the DWR-925W 4G LTE M2M Router in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region to offer seamless connections to businesses.
D-Link Middle East, the leader in connecting people, businesses and cities, is primed to transform the connectivity landscape in the region through its innovative and next-gen Wi-Fi 6 routers.
Moueen Zahreddine, regional director, MENA, Riverbed Technology, delves into how unreliable network latency can impact the business and how the company can help address this challenge.
As an established networking veteran in the region, D-Link Middle East and Africa (MEA) has observed SMB and SOHO segments increasing their IT budgets with each passing year.