IT & Telecom
June 15, 2011
Interactive Intelligence is releasing the next major version of its all-in-one IP communications software suite, Customer Interaction Center.
Gulf Business Machines received the System Integrator of the Year Award at the Reseller Middle East Partner Excellence Awards.
Fujitsu provides enterprises with a fast track to the private cloud, introducing its first completely preconfigured datacenter environment.
IBM announced that 300,000 IBMers around the world are volunteering in more than 5,000 projects in 120 countries, meeting civic challenges.
Samsung and Sfonge have launched a challenge for mobile application developers residing in the Middle East and North Africa, based on the bada platform.
SMART Technologies announces the fifth-generation SMART Board interactive whiteboard system.
Alfa announces that it has launched a new prepaid plan under the name “Alfa Waffer,” enabling all prepaid subscribers to benefit from new and discounted packages.
June 14, 2011
IBM will mark its Centennial with the release of a new business book; “Making the World Work Better: The Ideas That Shaped a Century and a Company” (IBM Press/Pearson).
New York Press Club has awarded Al Jazeera English the “Best News Videography of a Breaking Story by an Individual or Crew” in the Spot News Video category.
Ciena announced the strategic evolution of its packet-optical portfolio designed to enable intelligent infrastructures using advanced silicon, software and switching technologies.
Amadeus has launched weekly training programs in Qatar to educate travel agencies on the various travel insurance policies.
du extended its hand one more time and organised a fun-filled ‘Open Day’ for the children of the centre along with their parents.
STC, in partnership with Motorola Mobility has launched the latest tablet device in the Kingdom, the Motorola XOOM3G.
Epson has announced the Middle East launch of the Stylus Pro 4900 – a compact, 17-inch production printer setting new standards in colour precision for the photography market.
BT announced it has signed a contract with the Ministry of Social Affairs in the United Arab Emirates to deliver technology and services for its Echo of Silence project.