Dell EMC Bullish

Dell EMC has recorded double-digit growth in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa in 2018, and is expected to experience such growth in 2019, says Mohammed Amin, vice president. The company also plans to increase work in your area and pay the highest number in the next year. "We participated in more than 700 people in just 24 months in different regions and we had to grow with such strength and stability in 2019," Amin said.

Dell EMC Bullish on 2019 Outlook

Much of Dell's EMC cultivation has been stolen by governments, especially in the Gulf countries, which are trying to diversify their economies. "The governments of the Middle East, Turkey and Africa are important in 2018," Amin said. "Although transition countries are ready to succeed in their plan, we continue to see that the state and government are investing in technology for tolerating religion, adapting and resolving the virus."

The Gulf government is very strong. In 2018, Dell EMC collaborated with monitoring and monitoring of the Abu Dhabi Center (ADMCC) to build a company for advanced control and critical application management and monitoring videos. The company also works with Dubai Citi to create a cross-section for technical advice. Recently, Dell EMC signed a contract with the Artificial Intelligence Department (U) in UAE to help UAE develop the artificial intelligence technology (AI). In Kuwait, the company introduced a data protection solution for Kuvait Finance House (KFH) to create a high-graphics infrastructure that will support fast data development.

Amin added that the market of computers on the market functioned well in 2018, when the company began to realize that financial intelligence was productive revenue. "Our clients get solutions with more clouds and do not see clouds as" we use, "said Amin.

Many local authorities use digital certificates, while other groups are considering attempts to keep them. A study by Dell Technologies, which included the research of 4,000 companies around the world, shows that 90% of organizations in UAE and Saudi Arabia are facing major obstacles to today's transformation. According to the survey, 42% of organizations have privacy and cyber security issues, 26% say they do not have budgets and resources, and 30% say they do not have the necessary basic skills and skills. In addition, 28% believe that my process or legal change is unsuccessful, and 24% say that inadequate technology to work at the speed of the financial crisis is inadequate.

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