A mooted €400m IPO could give Europe's largest cloud provider the resources to expand its reach, but it will still struggle to match the scale of its US rivals.
Google Cloud has released new digital twin supply chain management products, reflecting growing demand from businesses for digital tools to manage suppliers.
To make manufacturing as efficient as possible, true optimisation only happens when streams of data are gathered and turned into actionable information. Hexaware’s Kamal Maggon explains how highly automated cloud migration is key to making this a reality.
For traditional industries such as mining, still using on-premises warehousing platforms, unearthing the true value of data requires digging deep. How can companies migrate, structure and access that data to transform operations?
Cloud was cited as one of the overriding investment priorities in Tech Monitor’s Technology Leaders Agenda 2021, with migration a top business priority. Srinivasan Panchapakesan of report partner Hexaware discusses how attitudes to the possibilities of the cloud are evolving.
Enterprises are migrating data and applications to the cloud with increasing urgency. Where does the balance lie between automation and human expertise – and what can tech leaders do to accelerate and optimise the process?
Mohamed Al Qubaisi, CTO at Injazat, explains how to harness the best technology, people and business insight to design the right platform for innovation.
The US networking giant has shot down reports of a new private cloud service. What is clear is it has plans to embrace the hybrid cloud.
The pandemic put pressure on digital transformation programmes to not only be effective but to deliver change quickly. Large enterprises must be more versatile, agile, innovative and efficient. Leaders at Injazat talk through the challenges.
Lord Bethell's use of private email and texts to conduct government business raises questions about cyber awareness as well as public scrutiny.
The need for high performance in customer-facing digital systems is prompting organisations to move data processing closer to the edge.
With a deep pool of expertise, strong government incentives, and relative lack of legacy IT infrastructure hindering progress, Middle Eastern enterprises can forge ahead with digital transformation strategies like never before. Injazat's Ussama Dahabiyeh and Tamer Farouk explain how.