Tag: Telecom

Safer Healthcare IoT Infrastructure in 7 Steps

By: Gamal Emara, Country Manager, UAE at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company IoT devices may offer extraordinary benefits in healthcare. From improving patient outcomes, staff effectiveness and operational cost savings, it could also bring with them new security risks. Any type of connected device is a potential risk, even wireless lightbulbs, so it’s imperative … Continue reading Safer Healthcare IoT Infrastructure in 7 Steps

Patcham Limited Selects Epicor ERP to Improve Operations and Grow Business

Epicor ERP selected for strong discrete and batch manufacturing feature set, real-time, rich reporting capabilities, and ease of integration Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise softwareto promote business growth, has announced that Patcham Limited, a leading United Arab Emirates (UAE) manufacturer of specialty additives, has chosen the global enterprise resource planning (ERP) … Continue reading Patcham Limited Selects Epicor ERP to Improve Operations and Grow Business

Are Physical Security Features Still Needed on Identity Documents?

By Vincent Gourmelen, ID Card Solutions Product Manager, Citizen Identity Solutions At a time of strong data encryption, on-chip biometry checks, digital signatures or national public key directories (N-PKD), one can question the necessity of adding advanced physical security features on a passport or an Identity card. Counterfeited IDs Are a Concern Reports show that … Continue reading Are Physical Security Features Still Needed on Identity Documents?

CIOs or Line of Business Leaders—Who Leads Digital Transformation?

Author: Allan Leinwand, Chief Technology Officer, ServiceNow On my way to the office last week, I was stopped at a stoplight that only allowed three cars through before turning red again. The red and the green seemed to fight for control. In my frustration, I wondered who had created such a thing? With a quick … Continue reading CIOs or Line of Business Leaders—Who Leads Digital Transformation?