Opinion

Dynamic Spectrum Sharing: The key to unlocking 5G
CommsMEA caught up with, Wojciech Bajda, head of Ericsson Gulf Council Countries, to find out how Dynamic Spectrum Sharing can help operators fast track the launch of 5G
How Artificial Intelligence based machine learning will affect IT security
By: Rabih Itani, Regional Business Development Manager - Security, Middle East and Turkey at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
Optimising experience with remote peering
The IX model accelerates how service providers can interconnect and on-demand connectivity is truly taking this to a new level
Can AI give wings to the MVNO business model?
In the MVNO business, an ordinary performance is not enough to succeed. It requires speed, lean operation and efficient monetisation capabilities.
Internet of Broken Things? 10 key facts about IoT
It’s crazy to think that devices with the potential to enable so much damage to homes, businesses and even entire cities often lack basic security design, implementation and testing.
The Why, the What and the How of a digital transformation
For business-driven organisations, expected revenue-generation/benefits supported by a bold vision of the digital services/roadmap, help a lot in re-adapting mentalities of the decision-makers in place, stabilising the focus, and optimising the magnitude of the innovation.
Deception technologies, AI and Robo Hunters to  displace legacy cybersecurity solutions
IoT is rapidly expanding the attack surface of the digital enterprise and exposing it to enhanced risk levels not seen before. Deception technologies, artificial intelligence, Robo-hunters, are solutions for tomorrow's enterprise, Mechelle Buys Du Plessis, MD – UAE, Dimension Data.
Availability: Why it must be a vital tool for cloud service providers in the Middle East
As it becomes more important to differentiate in the cloud provision market, one of the primary areas a CSP can sell itself is in making assurances about service availability, data protection and backup. In other words, removing the risk of things that let customers down and make the news in the process (as much as possible).
Taking the brakes off Internet of Things
MNOs are now willing to forgo being the main service contractor and provider. Instead, they’re choosing to partner with IoT platform providers and third party system integrators, to realise their own IoT strategies.