Information technology (IT) professionals in Bahrain will be expected to handle a growing list of functions with only average competency levels, according to a new survey.
Published by global consulting firm Protiviti, the survey
Oman, represented by Information Technology Authority (ITA) and Knowledge Oasis Muscat (KOM), will be in Dubai to take part in Gitex, the region's largest annual ICT trade exhibition which opens next week.
Abu Dhabi has announced the launch of new electronic tendering system and electronic registration of suppliers and contractors to help them electronically record and submit bids for tenders issued by the Department of Finance (DoF).
Global spending on information technology will grow more slowly than expected this year due to weaker economies and floods in Thailand, research firm Gartner said on Thursday.
Gartner cut its forecast for 2012 worldwide IT spending growth
Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, said it is joining forces with Telvent, providers of information technology software and services, to offer more complete and efficient solutions for customers.
Information technology spending this year will grow faster than previously forecast, boosted by strong demand for new telecom gear and for computing hardware, research firm Gartner said on Thursday.
Gartner said it now sees the global IT m
Gitex Saudi Arabia ended its four days of business-to-business networking activities on a successful note displaying the latest developments and emerging trends within the buoyant Saudi ICT sector.
The 10th edition of the Kingdom's informa
Quarterly profit at India's Infosys Technologies lagged analysts' estimates and the company said the sluggish economic recovery in developed markets could hit the sector's growth, sending its shares to their lowest in more
Injazat Data Systems, a leading information technology and business process managed services provider in the UAE, said its service desk had recently resolved its one-millionth ticket.
The service desk is Injazat’s central point of co
Information technology spending in the UAE is expected to grow from around $ 3.1 billion in 2008 to nearly $4.7 billion by 2013, according to a recent report by Business Monitor International.
The report predicts that, despite the global e