Pre-fabricated data centres, managing power to secure savings and the availability of trusted data are the three most important ICT trends making an impact in 2015, predicts an industry expert.
The year 2015 is only a few weeks aw
Cellphones long have doubled as tracking devices, capable of revealing your location to police, paramedics, even grocery stores looking to deliver coupons to nearby customers. But there’s a measurement cellphones once struggled to make: al
Mobily, a leading teleom operator in Saudi Arabia, said its Wi-Fi network has registered a significant growth in the volume of data exchanged at the holy sites on the day of Arafa.
The telecom firm attributed this growth to the expansio
Viva Bahrain, a leading telecom operator, expects data to account for at least half of revenue within two years - from a quarter now - as it seeks to counter a decline in conventional calls and texts, its chief executive said.
A new technology being looked at by Bahrain's national carrier will enable real-time data analytics boosting operations and finances, a top official has said.
Gulf Air information technology director Dr Jassim Haji told the Gu
Siemon, a leading global network infrastructure specialist, shared its data centre and convergence knowledge with Saudi Arabia.
At its seminar ‘Data Centres and ConvergeIT: Future Proofing Ur Infrastructure Investment,&rsquo
A new voice and data recording system is part of upgrades in Bahrain's air navigational services aimed at enhancing air traffic control safety.
Implemented by the Transportation Ministry's Civil Aviation Affairs Air Naviga
Meta Byte Technologies, a next generation technology consulting company, has launched its Watchful Sofware’s RightsWatch 6.0, a leading data-centric information security solution, in the Middle East.
The new version extends
Viva Bahrain has launched a new set of 4G LTE data add-ons for both postpaid and pre-paid customers.
The add-ons are compatible with both 'Unlimited Smart' plans and 'SIM-only' plans, said a report in the Gulf Da
Middle East CIOs are demanding more agile data centre infrastructure, leading to rapid adoption of Software Defined Networking (SDN), according to Cisco.
It said that in response to the rise in Big Data, business analytics, and sh