Dell Technologies Customer Solution Center
launches in the UAE
organisations collaborate, innovate and validate their efforts
Designed as a state-of-the-art technology hub to drive business
innovation, the customer solution centre was officially opened by:
Marius Haas, President and Chief Commercial Officer at Dell EMC;
Aongus Hegarty, President, Europe, Middle East and Africa at Dell
EMC; and Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, Middle East,
Turkey and Africa (META) at Dell EMC.
ell Technologies has launched its first customer solution
centre demonstrating its strength in enabling and shaping
organisations across Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) to lead
the frontlines of innovation.
Established in Dubai, the customer solution centre showcases
the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio of technologies,
from the edge to the core to the cloud, and aims to help regional
The customer solution centre is designed to serve as a state-of-
the-art technology hub for the META region. It provides a trusted
environment wherein world-class IT experts collaborate with
customers to explore, test and prove end-to-end solutions and share
best practices, that can help drive business outcomes and create a
In addition, the customer solution centre global network enables
remote connectivity, which offers the ability to engage customers
from any location. Similarly, the centre provides customers with easy
access to the whole portfolio of Dell Technologies’ solutions and
ensures customers receive appropriate expertise and resources at
every level to achieve their business objectives.
Older generation in UAE at risk from cyberthreats
report has found that older Internet users in the UAE are
increasingly under threat from cyberattacks.
According to new research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International,
users aged 55-plus are becoming more digital dependent, prompting
family members to become increasingly worried that they are not
taking the necessary security precautions.
However, with 22% of people in the UAE not doing anything to
protect their older relatives, these concerns are not translating into
action, potentially leaving loved ones in danger as a result.
According to the research, the majority (84%) of users aged over
55 are now accessing the Internet at home several times a day and
44% are spending a minimum of 20 hours a week on the Internet.
Indeed, as of the second half of 2017 this age group owned an
average of four connected devices per household, including two
computers and two mobile devices.
Despite the many benefits offered by these levels of connectivity,
family members have concerns that their older relatives are not
taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves when
online, with 58% of people worried for the safety of their digitally
And, with 64% of Internet users admitting that their older relatives
have suffered an online threat – including falling victim to an online
scam (20%), encountering malware or viruses (17%) and being
spied on by malicious software (19%) – this fear is well founded.