“Widespread regional liquidity difficulties and the delay or cancellation of EAS projects by organizations that were forced to revisit their spending plans proved particularly troublesome, although the market will soon rebound to former heights,” says …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, January 16 - 2011 @ 10:41
According to latest IDC forecasts, the region’s EAS market is expected to regain footing from 2011 onward.
Governments across the region aim to strengthen their IT infrastructures and deliver government-related services to citizens online. Public …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, February 22 - 2009 @ 15:05
Despite experiencing a slower-than-anticipated year, the Saudi Arabian IT services market posted healthy year-on-year growth of 11.3% in 2012, according to the latest insights from market research company International Data Corporation (IDC). The market’s expansion …Read full article » : Thursday, January 16 - 2014 @ 09:39
This marks the third consecutive quarter of decline in the Egyptian market since the onset of the global financial crisis.
Shipments of hardcopy peripherals fell to 62,813 units worth $23.18m in Q2 2009, representing a …Read full article » Egypt: Wednesday, October 07 - 2009 @ 13:52
The installed base of desalination plants around the world now has a capacity of 78.4 million cubic meters per day (19.8 billion US Gallons) compared to 47.6 million cubic meters per day (12.6 billion …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, September 30 - 2012 @ 11:45
IDC hosted a one-of-a-kind roadshow that for the first time provided a holistic 360-degree view of the datacenter. The event, held at Grand Hyatt Doha, showcased the key aspects of datacenter technologies, covering overall adoption …Read full article » : Tuesday, September 02 - 2014 @ 14:28
Over the past five years, IT spending has more than doubled in most Middle Eastern nations and its growth will stand solidly in double digits for the foreseeable future. This reflects IT’s rapid inroads into …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, March 17 - 2008 @ 11:04
The Arab states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, and Qatar, categorized as the ‘Other Gulf Cooperation Council’ (OGCC) countries, saw their combined PC market decline 4.2% year on year in Q2 2014, according to the latest …Read full article » : Monday, September 15 - 2014 @ 10:52
According to a recent study by IDC, the strong growth of over 39% year-on-year in 2006 will slow to less than 36% in 2007 and 28% this year. According to preliminary results, the market reached …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 23 - 2008 @ 13:09
This remarkable growth stemmed mainly from the home segment, aided by steady expansion in the business sector. In particular, there was a considerable increase in demand from MEA businesses for tablets running Windows OS.
“Growing …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, June 05 - 2013 @ 09:09