Intelligent CIO Middle East Issue 47 | Page 91

Ring to promote home security products and solutions ing will promote its innovative home security products and services at GITEX, giving customers the opportunity to experience its products firsthand and to learn about the devices’ benefits. R “Whatever makes your house a home, we want to do everything we can to protect it and help provide convenience and peace of mind to homeowners by keeping an eye on their most important possession, their home, even when they can’t physically be there. “The goal is to bring the same convenience and security to Middle Eastern neighbourhoods,” said Mohammad Meraj Hoda, Vice President of Business Development, Middle East and Africa at Ring. Ring will showcase its latest suite of smart home security products, including the Ring Stick Up Cams, Ring’s first cameras meant for both indoor and outdoor use. With multiple power options, Stick Up Cams give customers maximum flexibility to position the cameras anywhere to secure virtually every corner of their property. Ring will also showcase all available Ring Doorbells and Cams, which are Wi- Fi enabled and equipped with HD video, motion-activated alerts, two-way talk and night vision. GITEX offers an opportunity for Ring to conduct live demos and it will explore opportunities to expand its presence in the region by interacting with potential distributors and system integrators. AT RING WILL BE L EE B A Z GITEX AT 12 C 3– Z HALL Ring Mohammad Meraj Hoda, Vice President of Business Development – MEA, Ring Riverbed to showcase how enterprises can unlock digital performance potential iverbed, the digital performance company, will showcase next-generation infrastructure solutions that enhance IT performance. The company will highlight the latest upgrades to its Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN), Application Acceleration (including the new SaaS Accelerator) and Network Performance Management (NPM) solutions which together form its digital networking portfolio. R Mena Migally, Senior Director, Middle East, at Riverbed With over 1,000 plus deployments, Riverbed SD-WAN is quickly replacing traditional Wide Area Networks (WANs) ’S D BE ER RIV as more enterprises L IL W D N STA E realise the need to TH N O D SE BE BA L rethink their ever- A TR EN C ’S SHOW increasingly complex E RS U O C N CO 2 network environment SE R U O C (CON for today’s cloud-centric 6) 2– C C : D N STA and digital world. Mena Migally, Senior Director, Middle East, at Riverbed, said: “While technology is undoubtably the fundamental enabler of business today, organisations must remember that behind every digital experience is a human experience. Organisations must therefore maximise digital performance to enable more compelling human experiences – for employees, customers, partners, patients or citizens. “Riverbed isn’t just a technology provider, but rather an enabler of Digital Transformation for the modern enterprise. At GITEX, we look forward to engaging with attendees and demonstrating how the solutions we provide can maximise digital performance, eliminate ‘IT slowness’ and thus enable superior digital experiences – for customers as well as employees.” Similarly, to previous editions of the show, the company will demonstrate its strong commitment to the channel through its presence at the stands of regional distribution partners. INTELLIGENTCIO 91