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.
Semiconductors that can handle AI workloads are in demand for data centres and autonomous vehicles. VC funds are backing their manufacturers like never before.
Buying Five9 gives Zoom a way into the rapidly changing contact centre market, where cloud communications companies see the next big opportunity.
Hexaware’s Vaidya JR discusses the role an optimal strategy for data management and analytics can play in adapting to the new normal.
The monolithic - and controversial - DoD cloud contract has bitten the dust. A more flexible approach using multiple vendors is likely to replace it.
Telco contracts are a big prize for cloud providers, and two deals announced by IBM this week may indicate its open hybrid approach is paying dividends.
This week's announcement cements an already close relationship and could smooth the digital transformation journey for customers.
As more vendors - and the cloud providers themselves - develop custom silicon, businesses are benefiting from lower costs and increased performance.
Despite big investment and domestic dominance, China's leading cloud providers have had limited global impact. Emerging markets present an opportunity to change that.
NCSC boss Lindy Cameron highlighted the significance of ransomware in a speech yesterday. Businesses could do with more help to stop it.
AWS users old and new are regularly hit by unexpected bills, and this could harm the development of the in-demand cloud workforce.
Most companies rely on single content delivery networks to funnel their web traffic, which means outages are highly problematic. Deploying multiple CDNs could be the answer.