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In this issue

For any serious IT player in the Middle East, there are key market sectors that are easy to list – government, energy, banking, education, health, hospitality and so on. One key question is how do you use your marketing spend effectively to reach and influence the key decision makers in these markets? Plan and influence their strategies? For two decades, Computer News Middle East (CNME) has been the link between the regional IT player and these key target markets. It has driven the messages of local relevance, business benefit and technology into focus for these decision makers. The magazine covers all the important market sectors in depth, combining interviews, best practice case studies, news analysis and market trends through focused sections. Add to this analysis of global news, exclusive interviews with global IT players from Silicon Valley to Taipei and you have an authoritative route to market.

Clear Skies Ahead

Huawei's Connect conference gathered 20,000 IT professionals in Shanghai to showcase a number of solutions that embody the company’s vision to become one of the world’s top cloud players within the next five years. Glesni Holland reports from Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

Clear Skies Ahead

4 mins

Joining Forces

Following the historic merger of Mubadala Development Company and International Petroleum Investment Company into a $125-billion-asset behemoth, work needed to be done to get both companies’ IT departments on the same page. Throughout the transformation, Mansour Al Ketbi, now CIO of the resulting Mubadala Investment Company, has proven himself a master of sound technology policy, transparency, and, most importantly, diplomacy.

Joining Forces

6 mins

Community Service

Of all the industries that are most critical in delivering open, secure societies, the legal profession has arguably been the most resistant to digital disruption. DIFC Courts CEO Mark Beer OBE believes the legal industry is now compelled to adopt technology to become more user-friendly, and that it risks being supplanted by the private sector if it refuses to change.

Community Service

7 mins

Evolve Digital Transformation Forum 2017

CPI Media Group and Tahawul Tech are delighted to present the inaugural technology summit: Evolve – A Digital Transformation Forum, which is set to be held on Tuesday 24th October at Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai.

Evolve Digital Transformation Forum 2017

4 mins

New Kid On The Block

Nine out of ten government organisations across the world are tipped to invest in blockchain technology by 2018, and Dubai’s government has set out its stall to be a leader in the adoption wave. When can we expect to see blockchain become a mainstream technology in enterprises across the region?

New Kid On The Block

4 mins

How To Fend Off Digital Disruption

Anticipating future opportunities based on hard and soft trends is a crucial weapon in helping CIOs stave off being a victim of digital transformation. Clint Boulton explores what is needed to commit to an ‘anticipatory IT’ strategy.

How To Fend Off Digital Disruption

4 mins

Building Blocks

Now in its fifth year, the Data Centre Build conference returned to Dubai's Habtoor Grand Resort last month, to shed light on the latest trends and best practices impacting modern data centres.

Building Blocks

2 mins

Eight Steps To The Digital Workplace

Clint Boulton explores how to to craft a workplace that boosts engagement and agility.

Eight Steps To The Digital Workplace

4 mins

A New Breed

Luc Serviant, vice president, Middle East and Africa, Orange Business Services discusses how in the age of digital transformation, the first point of change must be the CIO.

A New Breed

4 mins

The Business Value Of Automation

Red Hat’s management strategy director Massimo Ferrari explores why automating processes within the enterprise can bring stability and smoothness to the CIO.

The Business Value Of Automation

4 mins

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CNME Magazine Description:

PublisherCPI Media Group

CategoryTechnology

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

For any serious IT player in the Middle East, there are key market sectors that are easy to list – government, energy, banking, education, health, hospitality and so on.
One key question is how do you use your marketing spend effectively to reach and influence the key decision makers in these markets? Plan and influence their strategies?
For two decades, Computer News Middle East (CNME) has been the link between the regional IT player and these key target markets. It has driven the messages of local relevance, business benefit and technology into focus for these decision makers.
The magazine covers all the important market sectors in depth, combining interviews, best practice case studies, news analysis and market trends through focused sections.
Add to this analysis of global news, exclusive interviews with global IT players from Silicon Valley to Taipei and you have an authoritative route to market.

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