The new wave of cloud computing applications, together with the promise of increasing efficiency, driving speedy adoption of cutting-edge technologies and decreasing costs, are proving to be an attractive option to many businesses, according to
As many businesses in Bahrain target not just regional but global growth, technology is playing a larger role than ever in advancing these organisational aspirations, reported our sister publication, the Gulf Daily News (GDN).
Saudi Arabia-based telecom provider Mobily has been listed by Intel Corporation, a leading processors manufacturing company, on its website to provide licensed Intel cloud computing services.
It has been listed
The worldwide cloud computing market is expected to grow at a 36 per cent compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2016, reaching a market size of $19.5 billion, according to Gartner, a technology research firm.
Opportunities and challenges of cloud computing will be discussed at a conference to be held in Dubai on October 21.
Industry experts from regional companies are set to take part in panels, demonstrations, and interactive networki
Saudi Arabia-based telecom operator Mobily recently launched the '30 for 30' promotion of cloud computing services, where the subscriber was given the equivalent of 30 µVMs (micro virtual machines) for a period of 30 days for free.
Co-ordination between the chief financial officers (CFOs) and chief information officers (CIOs) is key to building a successful cloud computing environment, said a new report.
CFO Insights by Deloitte report that examines the use
IBM has announced a major step forward in a new, simpler era of computing with the introduction of a new category of 'expert integrated systems.'
This new family is the first with built-in expertise based on IBM's decades of ex
Bahraini technology executive Dr Jassim Haji addressed a large audience at the 'Cloud Expo Europe 2012' conference held in the famous National Hall Olympia, London.
He was the only speaker representing the Middle East and Arab world in thi
Technology giant Oracle Corp has developed an ambitious array of cloud computing services in a bid to catch up with Amazon.com and Salesforce.com, two leaders in the field.
The offerings were unveiled by an enthusiastic Oracle chief execut