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If ever the world needed a solid and functioning healthcare system, it is now.

Ihab Farhoud, Director, Systems Engineering – METNA VMware Middle East, Turkey and North Africa

According to the recently released annual report from the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) observed a record 23,775 Business

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By: Morten Illum, EMEA Vice President at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company

All it takes is one major event or natural disaster to disrupt the way businesses operate, which can ultimately negatively impact productivity and the bottom line.

By: Gamal Emara, Country Manager, UAE at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company

IT Security today is in a constant state of change. All companies, organizations, governments and even private sector (SME and SMB) are discovering that a traditional security approach with even the most sophisticated technologies is not enough.

Marc Kassis, Director, Cyber Security Division - Middle East, Turkey & Africa.

Back in the older days, hospitality industry was just about finding a place for the people to rest their heads and meeting their basic needs.

Harish Chandra, CTO, Sarovar Hotels

The damage ransomware can inflict on businesses is staggering.

By: Rick Vanover, Senior Director, Product Strategy, Veeam

As we are a few months into a new decade and look back at what we’ve achieved in just 10 years, I’m in awe of how much we’ve managed to accomplish in such a short space of time

Morten Illum, VP of EMEA, Aruba

Sherifa Hady, Channel Sales Director, EMEA, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company writes about changing Business Models, new service offerings and focus on

Work still means meetings, and meetings still mean people.

By Paul Ducklin, principal research scientist, Sophos

As more and more organisations embrace cloud as part of their digital transformation efforts, it is becoming more popular for those organisations to adopt two or more clouds wi

Anthony Webb, EMEA Vice President at A10 Networks

As companies across sectors encourage—and even mandate—that their employees work from home to protect themselves and others from the spread of coronavirus, IT professionals are

Ashraf Sheet, Regional Director, Middle East & Africa at Infoblox

At Sentinel Labs, we have been closely tracking adversarial behavior as it pertains to COVID-19/Coronavirus.

By Tamer Oden, Regional Director at SentinelOne Middle East

Over the last few days, a slew of people have texted or called me for practical guidance on how to secure a global, work-from-home organization.

By Robert Huber, Chief Security Officer of Tenable

Sunil Paul, Co-founder of Finesse, the global provider of digital transformation solutions,  outlines a ‘Strategy for Business Continuity’ during pandemics & unprecedented threats

Microsoft Excel’s standard file encryption capabilities can be used to obfuscate and deliver malware.

By Matthew Gardiner, Director of Enterprise Security Campaigns at Mimecast

If you’re sitting at home right now, sheltering from the coronavirus pandemic – and there’s a good chance you are – then you are probably either thinking about a home delivery, or waiting for one.

Paul Ducklin,principal research scientist, Sophos

Omer Saleem, Director and Deputy CEO of Proven discusses some key aspects a company must stay on top of to keep the workforce focused and motivated during uncertain times especially

Omer Saleem, Director and Deputy CEO of Proven

As governments and businesses are instructing citizens and employees to work from home, Claude Schuck, regional manager, Middle East at Veeam Software, the leader in Backup solutions

Claude Schuck, regional manager, Middle East at Veeam Software

It is a sad reality, but both hostile state actors and opportunistic cybercriminals are already leveraging COVID-19 themed campaigns to conduct phishing and deliver

Barry Hensley, Secureworks

Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) still feels pretty new, yet in the years ahead, like electricity, it will become part of the fabric of everyday life.