Global IT spending to grow strongly in 2019, Gartner says
Surge in software and services demand drive worldwide IT spending
Veritas adopts AI, machine learning for system availability solution
Veritas Predictive Insights detects potential issues and creates proactive remediation before problems can occur
Ankabut embraces hybrid cloud, with Microsoft Azure Stack and Huawei
Implementation marks first Microsoft Azure Stack solution in GCC and the ME Region
du to deliver managed security services to UAE's CDA
Telco to provide CDA with continuous monitoring, threat detection and response, and managed WAFs
A10 Networks, NEC Corporation announce global partnership
A10 security products to be integrated into NEC 5G, Pre-5G and NFV products
Spire Solutions adds IoT security platform to portfolio
Value-added distributor partners with Finite State to bring its IoT security solutions to Middle East
Daman taps Aruba solution for wireless, compliance
ruba ClearPass allows Daman to be compliant with new government security regulations
Honeywell IoT technology hub opens in Dubai
Facility enables knowledge sharing and the co-creation of IoT-based solutions for various industries
Noor Bank to run CRM on Microsoft Dynamics 365
The LinkedIn Sales Navigator will allow sales teams to manage sales process through the professional-networking platform
Cyberattackers may control our brains in the future: report
The basic tech for hacking brains for memory manipulation exists today and Kaspersky Lab research shows it is vulnerable
More than a quarter of IT spending to shift to cloud by 2020: Gartner
Almost one-half of the addressable revenue by 2022 will be in system infrastructure and infrastructure software
Smart Dubai and IBM team up to launch blockchain platfom-as-a-service
The service seeks to digitise government processes and citizen services in the UAE
Government, education sectors suffer more than half of all data leaks in ME
Middle East political and economic landscape to blame for continued targeting of public organisations
IBM to acquire open-source software company Red Hat
IBM will pay for $34 billion as it seeks larger foothold in subscription-based software services and cloud technologies

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