Acoba, the cloud video-surveillance partner to store recorded video in the cloud for easy remote access, is launching its new Smart City Cloud platform, SPARK, at this year’s GITEX.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is showcasing their soon-to-be open Digital Life Garage at this year’s GITEX. The Digital Life Garage, HPE …
Token Capital Market, a new, innovative and disruptive consulting firm hoping to bridge the gap between finance and the world …
Cybersecurity company Sophos is achieving double-digit growth in the Middle East and Africa – and the way that its solutions connect both network and endpoint is likely to be part of the appeal.
WebNMS, a provider of Industrial and Enterprise IoT Platform and Solutions, is showcasing their latest industrial IoT capabilities at this year’s GITEX.
IT management software provider, SolarWinds, will exhibit the latest updates to its SolarWinds Orion Platform at this year’s GITEX Technology Week.
Forrester Research has named global cybersecurity firm, CrowdStrike, as a Leader in “The Forrester Wave: Endpoint Security Suites (ESS)”, Q3 2019 report.
Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President at Dell Technologies, believes AI is going to be the future and firmly believes that the technology has the power to completely transform major industries on a global scale.
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French manufacturer of Rugged Smartphone and Tablet Athesi is launching their new 5.5-inch Rugged Smartphone Athesi RT55 at the GITEX …
Veeam Software will showcase how it aims to help regional organisations transition to the cloud and embrace digital transformation during its participation at GITEX Technology Week 2019.
Christopher Cooper, General Manager – Lenovo Data Centre Group, Middle East, Turkey & Africa, highlighted how its strategic focus on the channel is one of the company’s key market differentiators.
Data management leader Veritas has released their new Databerg report at this year’s GITEX.
Ericsson Middle East and Africa President, Fadi Pharaon said that commercial 5G networks are going live in the region, making way for new consumer experiences and opportunities for enterprises.