Feature A shortage of qualified IT workers at a time of high demand has put many leaders in a nasty pinch – how can skilled professionals be replaced?
Feature After a tumultuous few years, many employees are suffering in ways that IT leaders have never encountered. Here’s what industry veterans and specialists say about helping teams deal with ongoing mental health concerns and how to provide extra support when it’s needed.
News Egypt plans to invest in its offshoring industry, offering services including business-process optimisation, analytics, and custom application development.
Feature Having learnt from their own migration experiences, IT experts share their advice on how to execute a seamless, successful cloud migration project. n
Feature Over the next 12 months CIOs in the Middle East will have to manage the acceleration of tech projects sparked by the pandemic, as well as a hybrid approach to work and computing, with staff working in-house and remotely, and a multicloud IT infrastructure.
Feature The Gulf nations need to develop a more diverse and multi-skilled cybersecurity workforce in order to meet the security challenges of today and tomorrow, say a cross-section of technology professionals.
Feature As part of its dream to transform the global supply chain logistics industry, DP World is undertaking a major cloud migration project – replacing 160 disparate on-premises systems with a single, unified global cloud suite.
Feature Container technology managed by an open source PaaS is enabling pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim to quickly respond to industry changes and continuously develop new applications and services for its customers.
Feature As digital transformation projects have accelerated in the Middle East, so has IT complexity. UAE tech leaders say they are looking for real-time visibility to deal with this growing challenge, and full-stack observability can help.
Feature As Middle East enterprises pick up the pace of migration to cloud infrastructure, IT leaders face hurdles including skills shortages, legacy infrastructure, connectivity and security concerns.
Feature Middle East governments are dipping their toes into confidential computing as a way of ensuring compliance with data regulations and information security in cloud settings. Here's a look at what it is and how it can help your business.
Feature Interest in edge computing is growing across the Middle East as organisations look to reduce network latency and optimise costs, and governments build smart cities.
Feature Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the rise in virtual events to steal attendees’ personal information, which can give them inroads into your own systems. Here are expert tips to protect your enterprise and your data.
Feature COVID has sparked a digital transformation within enterprises and a change in regulations, spurring a new set of remote-work norms and business practices and giving CIOs and other IT managers a new set of challenges.
Feature As part of its Digital Egypt strategy, the Egyptian government is nurturing innovation and entrepreneurship. This is the third story in CIO Middle East's series on Digital Egypt's three pillars: digital transformation; skills and training; and innovation.
Feature COVID-19 forced businesses in the Middle East to move to remote working almost overnight, but once the pandemic passes will it continue as a trend?
Feature Saudi Arabia aims to accelerate entrepreneurship and close the tech talent gap through the introduction of its ‘instant’ visa scheme, making it easier to hire foreign nationals.
Feature Many GCC businesses plan to undertake large scale tax technology adoption in the next five years – with robotic process automation, artificial intelligence and ERP leading the way.