UAE's leading telecom services operator Etisalat said it has launched a dedicated call centre to cater to the business needs of its small and medium sized business (SMB) customers in the UAE.
Oxygen, the region’s leading secure mobility value-added distributor (VAD), and Aruba Networks, have expanded their existing offering of tier-one wireless networking solutions to the channel for both small-to-medium enterprise (SME)
Oxygen, a secure mobility Value-Added-Distributor (VAD) in the region, has partnered with Fortinet, a global leader in high-performance network security, to train its Small and Medium Business (SMB) channel partners across Saudi Arabia.
Etisalat, the leading telecom operator in the UAE, today announced new shared fixed data packages for Enterprise and SMB customers from the M2M Control Center launched earlier this year.
The new fixed shared data packages, in addi
More than two-thirds of the small and medium size businesses (SMBs) in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have not considered having a website and are missing the economic value of the Web, a report said.
Only 18 per cent of SMBs in
Many small and midsize businesses (SMBs) are potentially putting their organizations at risk because of uncertainty about the state of their security and threats faced from cyber attacks, a report said.
Senior management of these
Lenovo has joined forces with Mindware, a leading distributor of quality IT products for the Mena region, to help boost connectivity and productivity amongst the region’s small-to-medium business (SMB) sector.
Under a new ag
The cost per hour of downtime increased 65 per cent from $100,000 in 2010 to $165,000 in 2012, according to business intelligence research experts Aberdeen Group.
Furthermore, Symantec’s 2012 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey
Almoayyed Computers, the flagship division of Bahrain-based Almoayyed International Group, has won the 2010 Commercial & SMB Reseller of the Year award from Channel Middle East, ITP Publishing Group, Dubai.
Almoayyed Computers is the f
Eighty one per cent of GCC companies will increase their document management budget in 2011, while the rest will maintain it the same, according to a survey.
Organisations are finding that document management solutions lower the cost of st