The explosion of mobile, cloud and social technologies has dramatically changed the business landscape. Today, distance is no longer a barrier to business success. An organisation’s applications, data centre and offices can be opposite sid
The GCC’s cloud computing is set to grow seven-fold from $91.7 million last year to expand at a CAGR of 32.8 per cent to reach $668.5 million by 2020, a report said.
The Gulf’s cloud computing market will grow to $118.
Eighty-four per cent of employees in Qatar would feel less stressed and more productive if they were given the freedom by organisations to work flexibly from outside the office, a report said.
In contrast, only 23 per cent of comp
Saudi-based telecommunication company Mobily has launched business cloud services for customers across all industries and sectors in the country.
The services, launched in partnership with partner Virtustream, a provider of cloud
Many organisations in the Middle East that have taken up cloud computing run the long term risk of failure as only small fractions of their IT budgets are spent on upgrading network infrastructure, said an industry expert.
Etisalat has announced the launch of ‘Cloud Compute’ (Infrastructure as a Service), the first cloud service offering in UAE for SMBs and enterprises providing a pay as you go model, reducing IT costs upto 60 per cent and time to mark
Injazat Data Systems, a market leader in secure and business-aligned IT services, will join CIOs and business decision makers across the region at the Microsoft Open Door event taking place on April 9 in Abu Dhabi.
Injazat Data Sy
Brazil, Russia, India and China still lag far behind developed countries in policies considered critical for the future of cloud computing, but each made some progress over the past year, a US industry group said on Thursday.
With the advent of cloud computing, the role of the chief information officer (CIO) will change fundamentally in the next few years, evolving towards operational responsibilities and more internal consultancy, a report said.
Cloud computing will create nearly 14 million new jobs globally by 2015, including over two million in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), according to an IDC report commissioned by Microsoft.
In line with this, leading international