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Feb 19, 2015 The North Africa IT market is this year expected to attract more investments from global technology vendors, regional distributors and solution providers. However, uncertainty in some countries has cast doubt on the long term charm of the IT industry in the the Maghreb region
Feb 24, 2015 How difficult is it catering for the newly emerged, Wi-Fi-ready generation currently swarming university campuses?
Feb 18, 2015 Channel Middle East looks at one of the most controversial and divisive issues in the regional channel, its impact on reseller and solution provider businesses, and how distributors are opening doors on channel credit schemes to their partners.
Feb 17, 2015 In spite of the geo-political instability in some countries in the Middle East, the regional channel remains in buoyant mood for the year ahead. Most pundits are predicting 2015 to be a bumper one for the regional channel.
Feb 18, 2015 Supplying data centre infrastructure solutions requires partners to have expertise and understanding of how businesses can realise long-term cost savings on operations and maintenance of data centres. What does it take to meet the demands of the new data centre.
Feb 17, 2015 Channel Middle East takes a look at companies that it believes will help keep things interesting in the regional channel in 2015.
Feb 17, 2015 Leading up to HP’s impending split, Alaa Alshimy, VP Enterprise Group and MD HP Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa, spoke to Channel Middle East about the impact the split is going to have on the regional channel and the importance of partner engagement in the “new style of IT.”
Feb 09, 2015 The full Q&A with SAP's chief exec, covering S/4 HANA, the Concur acquisition, and the move to the cloud
Feb 03, 2015 We sit down with Mark Hurd, Oracle’s co-CEO, to discuss the company’s grand cloud ambitions, its commitment to the Middle East, and its take on competitors' offerings
Jan 22, 2015 Nicolai Solling of Help AG teaches us how to defend against the service-blackout menace