The adoption of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies by enterprises in the Middle East is accelerating, but not without ongoing security concerns, a report said.
Aruba Networks, a leading provider of next-generation network
Middle East IT managers must adopt modern data management measures to support mobile workforce as ‘bring-your-own-device’ (BYOD) gains momentum, said an expert.
Allen Mitchell, senior technical account manager, Mena at
Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, has launched its one-stop bring your own device (BYOD) mobile office solution at the Gitex show in Dubai.
Huawei's BYOD solution offe
Future networks will cost about half of what traditional networks cost today, as they will require a smaller capital investment to roll out and will be cheaper to operate, a report said.
They will also be easier to manage, provide
Consumerisation of information technology will continue to shift the way employees interact with enterprise applications and information, which raises considerable security challenges to any organisation, said an expert.
Gems Education, an international K-12 education company based in Dubai, has teamed up with Aruba Networks, to install a wireless network solution across all their schools in order to implement a BYOD (bring your own device) initiative.
US-based Barracuda Networks, a leader in IT security solutions, announced that its products were recognised for their flexible yet comprehensive ability to protect users online by IDC, a global market intelligence firm.
Consumerisation of smartphones and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) are the biggest trends driving network security issues in the Middle East today, said experts at a recent enterprise security summit in Dubai.
Over the past few years
Avaya, a global provider of business communication systems, has launched the latest version of its multi-modal conferencing solution Avaya Aura Conferencing 7.0.
The company also announced the availability of the Avaya Flare Experience
Businesses have seen a rapid proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, but a major problem for them today is how to give employees both flexibility and mobility, while securing the enterpris