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Nile Air is the first Middle Eastern airline adopting Amadeus’ complete Airline IT portfolio

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The new IT system will help Nile Air improve operational efficiency and save money. Cairo, Egypt – Modern airlines need IT systems that can handle an incredible amount of fare and passenger information and Nile Air is no exception. Nile Air, one of the largest private schedule airline in Egypt, connects Egypt with key international markets like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, …

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Cisco Partners with Saudi Arabia to Accelerate the Digitization of the Kingdom

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Supports Saudi Arabia’s efforts to drive GDP growth, foster innovation, create new jobs and strengthen global competitiveness Multipronged effort extends Cisco’s commitment to Saudi Arabia, places it at forefront of Kingdom’s efforts to develop a strong digital economy Partnership framework aligns with Saudi’s Vision 2030 and recently approved National Transformation Program Following a meeting between Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed …

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Gartner Says Governments in Middle East and North Africa to Spend US $11.5 Billion on IT in 2016

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Governments in the Middle East and North Africa will spend US $11.5 billion on IT products and services in 2016, according to Gartner, Inc. This forecast includes spending on internal services, software, IT services, data center systems, devices and telecom services. Government comprises state and local governments and national government. Telecom services, which include fixed and mobile telecom services, will …

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Three-quarters of respondents in the Middle East research companies online before accepting a job offer

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The latest poll from Bayt.com, done in partnership with Naseba, reveals that 85% of respondents believe that a company’s engagement with job seekers on social platform is positive for employer branding Beirut, Lebanon – The success of any business largely depends on the quality of the employees it attracts and retains. According to the recent Bayt.com “Trends in Employer Branding …

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UAE’s Digital Economy Risks Competitive Advantage Without Modernized Information Management

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Middle East Data Center Market to Top USD 5 Billion by 2019: Gartner. The UAE’s Digital Economy risks losing its competitive advantage under a tsunami of data, unless businesses adopt advanced information management, industry experts announced today. Businesses using modern data centers – which can be scalable, software-defined, and use high-performance flash storage – are able to analyse massive amounts …

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Gulf Software Distribution and NetSuite sign strategic agreement to drive cloud ERP in Middle East

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New Subsidiary of Gulf Business Machines, the Region’s Largest IT Solutions Provider, Launches NetSuite Practice to Meet Growing Demand for Cloud ERP NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N), the industry’s leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP and omnichannel commerce software suites, today announced that Gulf Software Distribution (GSD) has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Partner Program as a strategic partner. GSD …

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du selects Ericsson as IT managed services partner

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Ericsson enters into long-term partnership to manage and operate du ‘s IT infrastructure Ericsson assumes end-to-end responsibility for IT infrastructure, application operations, and security compliance Ericsson’s global tools, processes and ways of working to improve performance and support high-quality customer experiences Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and du , a telecommunications operator based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have agreed a new …

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DarkMatter CEO, Faisal Al Bannai forecasts that future success of nations will be based on cyber security resilience

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Faisal Al Bannai is a featured speaker at the prestigious .GOV Awards in Dubai. Abu Dhabi and Dubai – DarkMatter, an international cyber security firm headquartered in the UAE, will be addressing the requirement to add resilience to digital infrastructure in order for Dubai to achieve the ambition of becoming the smartest city in the world by 2017. During his …

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Landmark Group becomes First Middle East Company to Adopt Facebook at Work

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Launches Enterprise Version of Popular Social Media Platform to Connect 10,000 Employees across 11 Countries. Landmark Group , the Middle East-based retail and hospitality conglomerate, has launched Facebook at Work to connect 10,000 employees across 11 countries. The move aims to encourage collaboration and greater cohesiveness at the work place through helping employees communicate in real-time via the rich social …

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Upgrade your World with Batelco

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Best and most advanced Networks. Manama, Bahrain: Batelco has always embedded innovation as central to its strategy and since the Company’s inception has been connecting people and places via the most up to date telecommunications services, to upgrade their world and deliver a first class customer experience. On an annual basis Batelco continues to invest millions of dinars in upgrading …

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