IT & Telecom
May 2, 2011
Microsoft Gulf announced that it will showcase its latest academic software at GESS 2011 (Gulf Educational Supplies and Solutions), the Middle East's premier educational supply and solutions event.
Nawras proudly presented the premiere of the film ‘The Arab who took on the Arctic’; an inspirational story of Omani Nabil Al Busaidi, who became the first Arab to reach the Magnetic North Pole.
Software AG has announced the launch of webMethods 8.2 and ARIS 7.2 from the Gartner Business Process Management Summit held recently in Baltimore.
Sermon Business Solutions launched specialized Microsoft Dynamics AX training courses in partnership with the University of Jordan.
MenaITech signed a bilateral agreement with Bayt.com for the deployment of the company’s payroll and personnel system MenaPay.
SanDisk Corporation, the global leader in flash memory cards, announced a 64-gigabit (Gb), 2-bits-per-cell (X2) based monolithic chip made on 19-nanometer (nm) technology.
EMC Corporation announced several enhancements to the EMC Velocity Solution Provider Partner program that are designed to provide new opportunities for EMC Velocity Partners to accelerate their profitability.
Microsoft Jordan announced the winning team of the Imagine Cup Jordan 2011 competition who will go on to represent the Kingdom at the Imagine Cup 2011 worldwide finals in New York in July.
STC continues its drive to reinforce its market leadership in Broadband services by uniquely providing the highest level of services to its customers.
May 1, 2011
Ericsson won the Network World Middle East Award for Managed Service Provider of the Year at a ceremony held in Dubai and attended by key players from the regional IT industry.
Kaspersky Lab announces that Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Workstations and Kaspersky PURE have been awarded the prestigious VB100 accolade.
Cisco announced today that the Al Jouf University, in upper north Saudi Arabia, has deployed Cisco WebEx enterprise collaboration solutions for efficient, yet cost-effective and secure e-learning.
Injazat Data Systems outlined career development opportunities particularly in the IT sector for young UAE Nationals during the Zayed University IT Competition held at the university grounds.
The Qtel Group’s received another important boost recently, when Dr. Nasser Marafih was ranked 72 out of the world’s top 500 most powerful Arab nationals in the Arabian Business Power 500.
Qatar Telecom announced continued strong revenue and profit momentum during the first quarter ended 31 March 2011, fuelled by the ongoing good performance of its international operational portfolio.