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Sony MEA to grow business by 20% in 2017

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Sony Middle East and Africa (MEA) has unveiled a new business strategy that aims to increase its regional presence and grow business by 20 percent in 2017. According to the company, the new managing director Taro Kimura will achieve this vision through new product launches and a refreshed business development strategy that will place Sony… Read more »

Supermicro signs with Asbis for Middle East

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Manufacturer of high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage, networking and management total solutions, Supermicro, has partnered with Asbis ME for delivering its complete portfolio in the region. As per the terms of the agreement, the distributor is authorised to provide regional channel partners the vendor’s advanced server building block solutions, which offer an extensive array of components… Read more »

Menlo Security enters Middle East with Help AG partnership

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Help AG has signed a reseller agreement with Menlo Security to provide consulting, implementation and support services for the vendor’s Menlo Security Isolation Platform (MSIP) to businesses in the Middle East. The partnership aims to address the constant threat of web-based malware that organisations face without impacting end-user experience. “Web threats are getting more sophisticated… Read more »

Emitac offers secure communications with KoolSpan sign up

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Emitac Enterprise Solutions (EES) has signed up with KoolSpan, a provider of secure communications for mobile devices, to provide their suite of solutions globally with primary coverage in the Middle East and Africa. This partnership aims to increase worldwide availability of the company’s mobile encryption solutions for enterprises and government organisations, to address growing demand… Read more »

IDC: MEA tablet market sees decline

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The Middle East and Africa (MEA) tablet market declined 24.2 percent year on year (Y-o-Y) in the final quarter of 2016 to total 3.07 million units, according to the latest figures announced today by International Data Corporation (IDC).


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