SAP and City Football Group pen cloud deal

SAP and Abu Dhabi-owned City Football Group (CFG) have announced a technology partnership that aims to transform the clubs footballing operations and fan experience.


Italian surveillance software maker exposed in 400GB data breach

According to reports, Hacking Team, an Italian developer of surveillance software has recently suffered a large data breach.


Intel Security launches new Microsoft Office 365 Channel Kit

Intel Security has launched its new Microsoft Office 365 Channel Kit, which is designed to be a “grab and go kit” for the channel.

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Xiaomi faces challenge in reaching sales goal

Chinese smartphone vendor Xiaomi aims to sell 80 million smartphones this year, however that objective may be more challenging to achieve than originally thought.


Cisco launches IoE Innovation Centre in Western Australia

Cisco’s Internet of Everything (IoE) Centre officially opens in Western Australia, and is ready for research and development.

Under siege

CNME’s Enterprise Security 360 Roadshow, which covers Riyadh, Doha and Dubai, returned for its 2015 edition. We bring you the highlights of the security conference.

Bright students, smarter service

With UAE University’s long-term goal of providing Smart education services that would be fit for its bright students, Director of Infrastructure and Core Technologies, Muhammad Imran Abdur Rasheed, set about implementing a fresh wired and wireless infrastructure for the campus.

Nimble networking

Evolving and expanding a network to meet ever-changing demands from consumers and business users is a challenge. Network optimisation services help customers to get the most out of their network investment, with the focus on network performance and end-user experience.

Interview: Steve Wozniak

Steve Wozniak, inventor of the Apple I and Apple II, led the second day of the 2015 Gartner Symposium and ITXpo in Dubai with an onstage interview that covered self-driving cars, the relationship between man and machine, and the future in a technology-enabled world. Wozniak sat down with CNME Editor Annie Bricker post-keynote to discuss the past, present and future of the digital world.

The early word on Apple Watch: It’s not a must-have, but you’ll want one

Apple is wading into uncertain territory with its smartwatch, which is an entirely new product category for the company and one that doesn’t seem immediately necessary for most people to buy. Though the […]

  • Review: Galaxy S6 Edge

    For smartphone aficionados looking for a device that combines style and functionality, the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge might just be the phone for you. Samsung has a reputation of being a pioneer […]

  • Light work

    James Dartnell takes the Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi for a spin, and reveals why although it may have its critics, it ultimately delivers as a stylish travel product.

  • Lenovo’s new LaVie Z laptop vs Apple’s Macbook

    Lenovo recently released the super-svelte LaVie Z laptop, offering Windows fans a clamshell that’s just as lightweight as Apple’s new 12-inch MacBook.

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