Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise will demonstrate its latest innovations in intelligent network infrastructure and communication solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2014.
Aruba Networks will demonstrate its portfolio of 802.11ac wireless solutions at GITEX Technology Week from 12th-16th October, 2014 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Network control firm Infoblox will showcase its latest innovations in DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI), secure DNS and network automation technologies at GITEX Technology Week, 12th-16th October, 2014.
ManageEngine, a real-time IT management company, will be holding demonstrations of the latest versions of its IT Management solutions Desktop Central, Applications Manager, EventLog Analyzer, Password Manager Pro, ADSelfService Plus, ADManager Plus and …
Sophos will make public a range of network, endpoint and server security solutions at GITEX. These will include Endpoint Antivirus, SafeGuard Encryption and Sophos Server Protection; spotlight would be on Sophos Cloud and …
Daxium Middle East has released a mobile app throughout GCC today that aims to help event organizers profile visitors efficiently. The app makes easy collecting and tabulating details of event attendees. It be …
Focus Softnet is all set to introduce cloud-based versions of its flagship enterprise solutions Focus i, Focus RT, Focus POS and Focus PMS at the GITEX Technology Week.
Etisalat will today deliver two keynotes on the importance of a “holistic risk management approach” at day two of Gartner’s Security and Risk Management Summit at the Raffles Hotel in Dubai. Kamran Ahsan, …
In the Middle East, security has not evolved as a strategy and still remains as point solutions, according to Gartner. “In this region, the focus is still on keeping the bad guys out. …
CommVault has announced it will showcase its Simpana 10 software platform at the upcoming GITEX Technology Week.
Polycom will showcase its latest portfolio of video and voice collaboration solutions along with live demonstrations of its RealPresence Immersive Studio at the 34th edition of GITEX Technology Week.
Following five decades of worldwide success including over 15 years of steady year-on-year growth in the Middle East, Swiss structured cabling specialist, R&M is set to celebrate its 50th year anniversary by making a strong impact at the upcoming GITEX Technology Week, taking place from the 12th to the 16th of October, 2014.
Etisalat’s business customers in the UAE will receive the telco’s latest upgrade as it boosts broadband speeds by up to 2.5 times – for free.
TP-LINK has announced it will be showcasing its Archer C9, CPES 10, RE 200 and M7350, wireless range of products at GITEX 2014.
Redington Value, the value-added distribution division of Redington Gulf, will end its four-year GITEX absence by exhibiting its portfolio of enterprise solutions at the 2014 edition of the Middle East technology show.
SAP has announced that it will “use the cloud to drive the region’s IT simplification and business transformation” at GITEX Technology Week 2014.
Cisco has announced that it will showcase its Smart and Connected Communities (S+CC) technology solutions, aligning with the Dubai Smart City goals, at GITEX Technology Week 2014.
Returning to GITEX after a 5 year absence, Ericsson will demonstrate ‘Life in the Networked Society’ at this year’s conference at Dubai World Trade Centre.
With an undeniable dedication to world-class service for its countless visitors, vendors and exhibitors, Farid Farouq, Vice President, IT, knows the Dubai World Trade Centre must stay on the cutting edge of technology. When it came time for an infrastructure upgrade, Farouq knew it would not be a small task.
BlackBerry has announced that it is collaborating with the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) to support the mGovernment initiative outlined and defined by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, …
Xilopix is all set to launch Xilopix for E-Commerce, a search and navigation engine that helps businesses turn visitors into customers, for the MEASA region during GITEX Technology Week 2014. Built on Xilopix …
Ahmed Yahya, Chief Information Officer, Sheikh Khalifa Medical Centre, takes time out to speak to CNME about his career journey which led him to the Abu Dhabi firm.
An event that spanned the region, with workshops in Dubai, Doha and Riyadh, CNME’s Data Centre Build allowed its partners and expert speakers to shed light on the unique challenges and opportunities for virtualisation in the Middle East.
With the systems integrators market evolving, IT leaders have the opportunity to tailor their skills to specific verticals and areas of SI specialisation. Which verticals offer the best opportunities for growth and what types of projects will SIs have to specialise in?
When Dubai Refreshments’ ERP systems needed refreshing, the company was faced with a choice. Either they could upgrade their current systems, or they could go on a search for a suite of modules the fit their every need. Not one to shy away from a challenge, Anas Taraben, CIO, investigated what it would take to quench the business’ thirst for innovation.
Three-day IT security conference GISEC 2014 gave the masses a chance to meet first class security vendors as well as listen to presentations from internationally renowned security professionals. CNME reports from day one of the show.
A free app bringing a ‘mystery shopping’ concept has been released in the UAE.
On 10th June,Red Hat made official the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. The latest release of the company’s flagship platform, RHEL 7 not only lays the foundation for the open hybrid cloud and serves enterprise workloads across converged infrastructures, but it also pushes the operating system beyond today’s position as a commodity platform.
Abdulsalam Al Bastaki knows exactly what he wants from his employees. An eight year stint in the USA has enabled the Senior Executive Director of Information Management at Dubai Properties Group to teach them how to operate independently, and has helped him to implement new IT infrastructure at a range of top companies.
Khalifa Fund IT Director Dr. Zuhair Lardhi has been a mainstay of the Middle East IT industry, but in the midst of his career progression he found the time to satisfy his passion for academia.
Benvir Padda has never been one to take things easy and see where he ends up. From a young age, the Legatum IT chief always made sure that things were never left to chance.
Striving to keep up with a high-achieving family, Ali Radhi, Head of IT, MBC, has relied on his relentless passion for technology to find professional success.
Neil Menezes’ journey to becoming Group Director of Information Technology Operations at Jumeirah Group was a series of personal highlights, which saw an initial interest in computer games transform into a thirst for networking expertise.
With information security taking centre stage in the wake of new threats, CNME’s Security Strategist 2014 conference, organised in association with aeCERT, brought together the leading security practitioners in the region to discuss trends, concerns and solutions.
Waste has been managed in the same way with the same technologies for decades. Amin Al Zarouni, Head of ICT, Bee’ah, and his team have taken the traditional idea of waste management and turned it on its head.
During CNME’s annual Security Strategist conference a group of the region’s banking IT leaders met to discuss the current state of banking security, and the future of the industry. In partnership with CNME, aeCERT hosted the event which explored threats specific to the banking industry.
: In conjunction with Palo Alto Networks, CNME hosted a security roundtable for delegates from the aviation and logistics industries at the Habtoor Grand Hotel as part of its Security Strategist Conference in April, where IT leaders discussed the security issues their industry is facing.
In association with Alcatel-Lucent, CNME hosted a roundtable on Unified Communications at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dubai. IT executives from a range of industries gathered to share their views on a technology that polarises opinion, and awaits widespread adoption.
In the wake of increasing global cybercrimes and cyber-attacks, the importance of information security as the top priority of governments, businesses and security services in the Middle East has prompted significant investments to …
Ericsson is showcasing its HetNet (heterogeneous network) solution, which is designed to meet the connectivity challenges of smart cities, at LTE Mena 2014 in Dubai.
Etisalat is hosting its ‘Digital Connect’ event on the morning of 5th May at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dubai.
Construction industry software firm Construction Industry Solutions (COINS) has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade in recognition of their growth in overseas earnings and commercial success in the construction sector, with the Middle East providing 26 percent of overseas growth in the past three years.
CNME Online connects with Mr. Peng Xiongji, General Manager, Huawei UAE, on what Dubai residents can expect to see as a result of investments contributing to the Dubai Smart City Project.
Saudi Arabian Airlines have provisioned a $1 billion deal to implement the IT infrastructure for King Abdullah Economic City in Saudi Arabia. James Dartnell reports from the development to find out how the airline’s privatised IT arm aims to inspire the next generation of Saudis.
It seems sadly ironic that the role of Symantec CEO is shrouded in insecurity. The antivirus and security software vendor this week sacked Steve Bennett. This is the second time they have fired …
Few announcements summon as much attention as a brand new iPhone, and this year, for the second time in as many years, Apple gave us two models of its smartphone to pore over. I got my mitts on the newest mobile devices in the hands-on area after Tuesday’s event.
They say that good things come in small packages—diamond rings, the crown jewels, keys to an exotic villa. When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, big is beautiful, writes James Dartnell.
The new A1-830 tablet ticks all of the right boxes for people interested in a functional tablet sporting the sub 8-inch form factor. The tablet sports a 7.9-in, 1024×768 resolution screen at a 4:3 screen ratio; ideal for web browsing and reading e-books.