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Saudi’s education sector most affected by malware

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In 2017, Saudi Arabia’s education sector was most affected by malware, followed by government, and telecommunications. Other sectors also affected were healthcare, manufacturing, and oil & gas. Furthermore, of the 1.7 billion known ransomware threats globally in 2017, the Kingdom accounted for 0.55%.

Veeam and Pure Storage join hands

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Veeam Software and Pure Storage today announced a new integration between Veeam Availability Platform and Pure Storage FlashArray to deliver business continuity, agility and intelligence for the modern enterprise. 

Tecno launches Camon CM smartphone in UAE

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Tecno Mobile has finally unveiled the Camon CM, the first device in its Camon series to feature a frameless full-screen display. This launch was accompanied by the announcement that the smartphone maker has inked a distribution deal with Jumbo Electronics, giving the regional retailer exclusive rights to market and sell Tecno smartphones in the UAE.

Cherif Sleiman appointed SVP International Business, Infoblox

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Infoblox today announced that Cherif Sleiman has been appointed as Senior Vice President (SVP) International Business, responsible for driving business growth in international markets including Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia Pacific (APAC). In this expanded role, he will lead all businesses outside the Americas and continue to report to Bill McCarthy, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Field Operations.

du expands smart home portfolio with TP-Link

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TP-Link has announced that du will offer the company’s range of Smart Home, Smart Bulb and Smart IP camera products to its customers across the UAE. The products will be initially available at du’s flagship shops at Al Salam Tower and Hamdan Street in Dubai and Abu Dhabi respectively, among other select outlets.

Finesse partners with Cloud Fintech, Kyriba

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Dubai-based systems integrator, Finesse has announced a strategic channel sales partnership with Kyriba, the provider of cloud treasury and financial management solutions. The partnership will give Finesse’s more than 200 corporate clients access to Kyriba’s enterprise suite, enabling greater financial controls and decision support as part of their digital transformation.

Juniper expands ME leadership team

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Juniper Networks has re-affirmed its presence in the Middle East region with three new key appointments to its leadership team.

IDC to host CISO Roundtable in Dubai

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International Data Corporation (IDC) will be hosting an exclusive CISO Roundtable at Dubai’s iconic Burj Al Arab on April 11, 2018. Running under the theme ‘Delivering Pervasive Security for the Digital Era’,the event will explore the new complexities being introduced to the IT security ecosystem as organizations increasingly embrace a new wave of emerging technologies.

itcan highlights role of CRO in increasing online business

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itcan, a Dubai-based company that specializes in e-commerce performance, innovation, growth hacking campaigns, and B2B initiatives, has underscored the significance of conversion rate optimization (CRO) and other data-driven approaches for online retailers to attract more customers and grow their business.

Don’t let ransomware take your company hostage

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Morey J. Haber, Chief Technology Officer, BeyondTrust provides five recommendations that can help organizations improve their cyber defenses against ransomware attacks. 

The next technology evolution for regional retail industry

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Ahmed Ibrahim Mohamed, SE Manager at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company discusses how regional retailers that are now beginning to implement location-based solutions, need to keep in mind few key features that address customer experience and operational needs.

Cybersecurity suffers from talent shortage

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While cybersecurity as a topic is gaining more visibility and traction, as a sector it is still in the early stages of development. Today, cyber criminals have ensured that security experts are always on their toes. As cyber-attacks become more frequent and sophisticated, there has been a steep rise in the demand for security professionals who are now needed to lead the fight against cyber crime.