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UPS has recently announced that it successfully conducted a test package delivery in Florida using an autonomous drone that launched from one of its delivery trucks.
Microsoft has launched Project Sangam, a cloud service integrated with LinkedIn that will help train and generate employment for middle and low-skilled workers.
Gartner has identified Microsoft as a market leader in its Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics platforms.
HTC has been signed as the hardware partner of the innovative VRZOO endangered species conservation education initiative at Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo in The Dubai Mall.
Juniper Networks has announced a collaboration collaborated with Sony Professional Solutions Europe to deliver its switching technology to support Sony’s IP Live production solution.
Dell EMC together with its regional distributor, Arrow, hosted a channel-focused event last month to increase awareness among its resellers on modern data centre and its tangible benefits.
Microsoft has signed up more than 2,000 such customers in the country in the last 12 months, the company’s CEO Satya Nadella said recently during an event for startups in Bangalore.
Cisco has announced that Cisco Tetration Analytics now automates policy enforcement, enabling organisations to build secure environments for their business applications and also expands Tetration with new deployment options.
It has been 10 years since Amazon set the digital world on fire with the introduction of Amazon Web Services, or as most of us today call it, public cloud.
With over 20,000 employees on its books and an increasingly international sales team to support, CIO Marco van de Sandt has built the foundations of technological change at alfanar, which is now reaping the benefits.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi CIO Gareth Sherlock discusses how he introduced a series of smart workflows that have improved the quality of care and all but eliminated risks in certain vital procedures.
Huawei has recently held a pre-MWC 2017 briefing in London, during which the company’s Carrier BG President Zou Zhilei noted that a ‘Better Connected World’ is fast approaching.
According to the latest study by Gartner, governments in the Middle East and North Africa are projected to spend $11.6 billion on IT products and services in 2017.
Juniper Networks has announced technology alliance partnerships with a number security providers across a variety of critical areas, including endpoint security, cloud access security and network access control.
In a bid to ease traffic congestion, reduce the hassle of vehicle ownership and encourage commuters to opt for a cost-efficient route to work, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has partnered with ekar to introduce a pay-by-the-hour car rental service.
Riverbed Technology has announced updates to its SD-WAN offering Riverbed SteelConnect, an app-defined, cloud networking solution that provides an “intelligent and simplified approach” to designing, deploying and managing distributed networks.
In his new role, he will be responsible for driving business growth and capturing market opportunities within the Middle East and Turkey region in the area of IT and cloud within Ericsson.
Zain Saudi Arabia and Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia have signed a five-year managed services agreement that will enable the Saudi operator to enhance its customer experience through voice and data services across […]
IBM has announced a blockchain initiative with Dubai Customs and Dubai Trade to advance Dubai government’s blockchain strategy.
BlackBerry Limited has announced a new licensing agreement for its BlackBerry software and services to produce “secure” BlackBerry Android handsets in more global markets including India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Emirates NBD has reported a boost in sales performance following the implementation of Oracle cloud solutions.
Emaar Properties has recently announced its sponsorship of the Microsoft UAE Imagine Cup 2017 student competition.
The Dynamics 365 combines customer-relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource-planning (ERP) to support organisations in their digital transformation initiatives, enabling them to better engage with customers and empower employees.
NBAD has announced that it will now offer real time cross border payments on blockchain technology, a move that is intended to facilitate regional customers with simple, real time and secure way to process their overseas payments.
ManageEngine has announced the opening of its two new ISO 27001-certified data centres in the EU — one in Amsterdam, Netherlands and another in Dublin, Ireland.
Cisco has released the findings of a global study, which revealed that while cloud adoption continues to accelerate, few organisations are maximising the value that cloud can offer.
Wael El Kabbany, Vice President for the Middle East, North Africa and Eastern Mediterranean at BT Global Services, discusses how digitalisation is rapidly transforming businesses and the CIO’s role.
Voice over LTE (VoLTE), which enables better quality voice calls on 4G networks, is a winning proposition for both operators and users.
Retailers remain in the early phases of digital transformation and are missing a $187 billion opportunity by not prioritising investments in employee productivity, according to a report by Cisco.
Amazon.com Inc. and India’s Flipkart Online Services Pvt have walked away from talks to acquire Dubai-based Souq.com following disagreements over price, according to Bloomberg.
Watch this video to get a glimpse of New York’s Smart City strategy and how the citizens are taking to the tech changes around them.
Nominations deadline for CNME’s third annual CIO 100 Awards has been extended to 22nd January 2017.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has inaugurated its first ‘robot’ pharmacy at Rashid Hospital.
According to a recent report by Bloomberg, Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Development Co. is planning to commit $10 billion to $15 billion to Japan’s SoftBank Group and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment’s (PIF) technology fund.
If you thought 2016 was a fun time to be in IT, 2017 promises to be an even better year for the industry. We bring you an overview of five technologies and trends that will “shake things up” in the world of enterprise networking for the new year.
At CES 2017, Huawei Consumer Business Group’s CEO Richard Yu shared Huawei’s vision of the next frontier in mobile – the Intelligent Phone, an AI-powered device.
The new technology fund is part of SoftBank’s $100 billion “vision fund” that it aims to launch this year, which will be based in London and will make investments in startups around the world.
The Nokia 6 it the first Android smartphone release by Finnish company HMD Global, which acquired the rights to release Nokia-branded devices from Microsoft in 2016.
Red Hat has announced the availability of Red Hat CloudForms 4.2, the latest version of its open hybrid cloud management solution.
Cars have become one of the most popular attractions at CES in Las Vegas this year. Auto manufacturers are using the show to preview the latest cutting edge tech coming to cars in the future.
Mark Hosking, data centre and virtualisation leader, Middle East and Africa, Juniper Networks outlines the three most pivotal networking trends when it comes to cloud deployments.
Dell EMC has announced that Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has selected its Data Domain and Data Protection Suite solutions to create a scalable protection and availability foundation to support the rapid data growth in the company.
For the Middle East telecom market, 2017 could be a year of opportunities with the rise of IoT and digital services.
VMware has announced that more than two thirds (68 percent) of Middle East business leaders believe the management of technology is shifting away from IT to other departments, as lines of business take charge of technology-led innovation in EMEA organisations.