SAP, a market leader in enterprise application software, demonstrate how the cloud can provide IT simplification and business transformation in the region at Gitex Technology Week 2014, an ICT business gateway to the region.
Revenues from the cloud services market in the wider Mena region were around $462.3 million in 2013, rising by more than 24 per cent from the previous year’s figures, according to estimates by Gartner, an IT research firm.
Microsoft Devices has announced the local availability of the Nokia X2 in Bahrain, which is designed to make mobile Internet and cloud services accessible to all.
The device, priced at BD52 ($137), offers stunning design, a more v
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
Current networking technologies are being pushed to their performance boundaries, according to a survey conducted by the Weston Group in association with Brocade, a leading networking solutions provider.
Members of the Middle East
Mobily, a leading telecom operator in Saudi Arabia, said it has launched a new cloud computing offer for the small and medium-sized business sector in strategic alliance with Virtustream.
This is in accordance with Mobily's di
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
Saudi Arabia-based telecom operator Mobily has launched its first cloud partnership programme in the Middle East and Africa.
The Mobily Cloud Partnership Program (MCPP) is the framework for collaboration betwee
SAP, a market leader in enterprise application software, today reported a 300 per cent increase in its Mena cloud deals from 2012 to 2013.
The announcement was made at the SAP Forum and Sugmena Conference in Dubai, and follows on
Cloud computing can prove transformational for Saudi Arabian businesses and those slow to adapt could risk losing out, warned a senior Mobily official.
Taher Al Dabbagh, executive general manager – Allian