Definitely digital?
When it comes to the new technology, are you online, on-board and on-the-money – or simply hoping for the best?  Can you count all the reasons why an SME in today’s world needs to be fully to speed with its digitization strategies? As well as all the factors like... Read more
Multitask with Etisalat
Etisalat has recently introduced a new product offering that will allow its business mobile post-paid customers to share a single data plan across multiple devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops. Today’s growing business environment demands more connectivity options. The new Etisalat’s Business Multi Share service offers customers the advantage... Read more
Apps to supercharge your SME

Rushika Bhatia’s view…

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New IT solution for SMBs launched

Etisalat has announced the launch of “Business Quick Start” – the first in a series of Etisalat’s integrated “Business in a Box” solution

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Two heads are better than one
Everyone who’s attended a management course knows all too well that it pays to work as part of a top team – leveraging combined talents to make short work of otherwise challenging tasks. It’s no surprise, then, that Etisalat – leading telecoms provider in the Middle East and Africa... Read more

Partner in Success

Featured January 28, 2014 0

SME Advisor spoke to Ayman Ibrahim El Dessouky, Chief Sales Officer, Etisalat, about the opportunities that Etisalat can give SMEs for growth, agility and market development.

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Majed Al Suwaidi spoke to SME Advisor about DIC’s unique appeal to SMEs, its latest initiatives and the new hotspot for aspiring tech entrepreneurs – in5 innovation hub…

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Trend Micro has forecast a 185% increase in malicious Android apps in 2013, while Adware and data stealers will also remain high-risk threats.

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The GSMA Arab States Mobile Observatory details strong regional market competition and falling handset prices, fuelling a 32% average annual growth in mobile connections over the past ten years.

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Businesses are seriously concerned about the security of mobile devices with access to corporate data, but are still slow to find ways of controlling their use, concludes a B2B International survey.

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