The New Dawn
CNME|March 2018

In partnership with Dell EMC, CNME hosted a CIO roundtable that discussed the main challenges that IT end users are facing in making digital transformation initiatives a reality.

The Middle East’s CIO’s are in agreement – the direction for digital transformation is becoming increasingly clear in a region whose governments have prioritised technology and innovation.

A collection of technology leaders participated in a roundtable discussion hosted by CNME and Dell EMC, and shared their experiences of how they are attempting to reinvent their firms’ existing business models.

CIOs from a range of broad range of industries were present, including banking, logistics, broadcast media, logistics, government and law.

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