STME, a leading IT solutions provider and systems integrator in the Middle East, was honoured by Hitachi Data Systems at the HDS Summit 2015 with the award for ‘Overall Partner of the Year.’
The summit, which was held
STME, a leading solutions provider and systems integrator, has teamed up with Hitachi Europe to deliver a unique digital signing solution to the banking sector using Hitachi’s biometric finger vein authentication technology.
The outlook for the UAE’s managed services industry remains bright, with average growth expected in the double-digit level this year and the coming years, according to STME, a leading solutions provider and systems integrator in the Middle
STME, a leading ICT solutions provider, has installed Symantec NetBackup, an enterprise-grade backup platform that protects virtual and physical servers, at the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Justice for critical data recovery.
STME, a leading IT solutions provider, has upgraded the infrastructure and software requirements of Dubai-based wasl properties, a UAE semi-government property development entity, by adopting an efficient storage reclamation approach.
Spending on ICT products and services in Saudi Arabia will increase 4.6 per cent in 2015 to total $36.95 billion, said an industry expert.
“Saudi CIOs have begun embracing disruptive technologies like cloud computing, mobili
STME, a leading solutions provider and systems integration in the Middle East, has appointed Abdulrahman Al Said as the managing director for its Saudi Arabian business.
Al Said brings to STME a wealth of management experience gai
STME, the Middle East’s leading solutions provider and systems integrator, has further strengthened its position in the UAE’s rapidly expanding small and medium enterprises (SME) sector by providing business owners a vast array of IT
STME, a leading solutions provider and systems integrator in the Middle East, is on track to post a 64 per cent sales growth this year compared with the previous year as demand for enterprise IT solutions in the region remains buoyant.
Revenues from the cloud services market in the wider Mena region were around $462.3 million in 2013, rising by more than 24 per cent from the previous year’s figures, according to estimates by Gartner, an IT research firm.