Why do Enterprise Resource Projects (ERP) suffer? Ayman Abouseif is a seasoned executive with 25 years of experience with multi-national corporations in the Middle East. This month he answers some of our readers’ most frequently asked questions on ERP. Q: Many ERP projects do not go as planned. What... Read more
Digital pollution, data debris, or just plain madness. Call it what you will, but are you a victim? It’s got to the point where information, which should be useful, has in some cases become a distraction. So how do you plan to tackle this? CIO Jeff Saper drives a... Read more
Out with the old. IT finance is moving from a take-what-you-can-get approach to a proactive debate about spending priorities. When it comes to IT and finance, maybe, just maybe, the twain can finally meet. On par with a trip to the dentist’s office, IT budgeting tends to rank fairly... Read more

Easy does it

NewsTech June 1, 2010 0

Most regional Website owners seem to care a lot more about looks – which, mind you, matter too – than they do about actual usage. From a business point of view, this prevents sites from providing their true potential ROI, says Fahed Bizzari, CEO of Online Associates. Have you... Read more
Business pin up – EMDI Institute of Media & Communication
A look at dynamic companies and entrepreneurs in the region, what makes them tick, and the buzz on their business. In a nutshell Name: Nowshir Engineer Designation: Executive Director Company: EMDI Institute of Media & Communication Industry: Vocational education Accreditation: City and Guilds, UK Number of employees: 8 in... Read more
This region may be slightly better insulated than other markets, but we could still see a slowdown in business spending. R Narayan looks at how resellers as well as their customers can cope with the changed scenario. While some are confident that the effects of an economic downturn in... Read more
With an aim to attract more students and build on its higher-level education programmes in information technology, The British University in Dubai (BUiD) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the British Computer Society (BCS). BCS is the qualifying body for Chartered IT Professionals (CITP) with a worldwide membership... Read more

Executive Council

NewsTech February 13, 2009 0

After the positive feedback for our first council on banking and finance, our industry experts converge again, this time to see how technology can help in the current scenario. Ketaki Banga presents the highlights from this exclusive forum. As part of our ongoing efforts to touch base with the... Read more