case study One of the largest banks in Türkiye, Halkbank has implemented Riverbed’s Network Performance Management suite, reducing the mean to respond to almost zero.
Feature Using data science tools, Etihad has been able to forecast the ground staffing needed to manage passenger arrivals, as well as automate and categorize incoming email inquiries.
Feature New York University Abu Dhabi has been able to manage the challenges of post-pandemic travel and ensure student and faculty safety with an automated travel management system.
Feature Deploying applications for security vulnerability detection and remediation protection has given Lebanon-based Bankmed confidence to move up the customer services ladder as well.rnrn
Feature While Amman Stock Exchange has been using a virtualized server environment, its legacy systems infrastructure, mission critical trading application and database have dictated selection of an HCI (hyperconverged infrastructure) platform to help support new real-time, mission-critical services.
Feature Using blockchain embedded in EcoMatcher’s mobile application, the initiative to plant one billion trees globally, being driven out of UAE, can demonstrate compliance and auditable progress.
Feature While users expect their cloud applications to offer price benefits from day one, for SaaS vendors like Information Dynamics, rigorous testing and orchestration on hyperscale platforms is required in order to offer cost-effective applications and services.
Feature Germany-based &ever has set up local operations with NOX Management in Kuwait City to roll out an automated indoor vertical farm for urban consumers.
Feature Implementing Infor's EAM solution is a first step for this wastewater utility to begin its transformation into a sustainable digital water company.rn
Feature With a forward-looking digital strategy, UAE’s Higher Colleges of Technology is moving toward an Uber-like model, with a digital-only campus, built on a core learning management system.
Feature The Thumbay Group's expansion from 100 to 4,000 employees depended on knowing when it was time to leave legacy business applications behind and move on, eventually shifting to the cloud.