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Risky business

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

According to Standish Group, only 34% of IT projects are successfully implemented, with the rest either over running, going over budget or being abandoned.

Human Traffic

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

The Middle East’s internet advertising market is yet to fully mature. However, as more people get online, local companies are beginning to use the web as an effective way to acquire new customers.

The blossoming rose of the UAE

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

While Dubai is the standard bearer for the Gulf’s tourism industry, the lesser known emirate of Fujairah is looking for a piece of the action.

Guarding the hot spot

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

Hot spots are all the rage right now, with vendors keen to talk up the benefits of going wireless. But what's the downside from doing away with a few cables? Windows Middle East takes a look at the security implications of WLAN technology

Sidestepping the difficulties

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

Saudi Arabia aims to turn tourism into one of its major industries creating millions of jobs in the process.

No frills airlines thrill the Middle East

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

Regional airlines will face stiff competition when low cost airline menaJet takes off later this year

Connecting Iraq

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

Most Iraqis have never used the internet or a mobile phone and now satellite communications companies are making up for the absence of conventional telecomms networks

Shelfware

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

End users are wasting billions of dollars annually on software that they don't use. This shelfware not only impacts on a company’s ability to achieve a return on its investment, but it also raises total cost of ownership. While immature purchasing processes can take some responsibility for the growth of shelfware within the Middle East, the selling practices of many vendors are also to blame.

Operation Resurrection

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

America has one shot to get it right in Iraq, King Abdullah of Jordan recently said, and so far the situation looks grim. The post-war administration needs to get its head around the economy quickly

Winds of change

Sunday, 1 June 2003 4:00 AM

Before last month’s bombings in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia was trying to liberalise its economy, privatise state controlled assets and diversify its revenue base, but in the present climate that may prove more difficult

Philadelphia University updates to Sun Labs

Thursday, 29 May 2003 4:00 AM

Jordan’s STS has upgraded Philadelphia University's computer laboratory facilities to a suite of Sun Ray appliances and Sun servers to provide students with an advanced computer sciences facility.

The intel inside

Wednesday, 28 May 2003 4:00 AM

While still in its early stages, most agree post-sanctions Iraq is an emerging market without comparison. Channel ME investigates the potential of this IT savvy and highly educated market.

Tecnoserve offers SMBs managed services

Monday, 26 May 2003 4:00 AM

The most recent entrant into the regional outsourcing market, Tecnoserve, is targeting the vast small to medium sized business (SMB) space, which it believes is most in need of IT infrastructure support.

Dell stregthens security of notebook families

Monday, 26 May 2003 4:00 AM

With the recent expansion of its Latitude and Inspiron notebook families, Dell has placed greater emphasis on security by increasing and hardening features and functionality.

Nortel extends wireless vision with WLAN products

Monday, 26 May 2003 4:00 AM

As Nortel Networks continues its development towards the provision of seamless connectivity across all networks — whether wired or wireless — the vendor has introduced a range of wireless local area network (WLAN) products. designed to provide voice and data services.


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