18 Nov 2013
Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development Selects IBM Security to Protect Private Customer Information
ABU DHABI, United Arab - 18 Nov 2013: The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) announced today that it has chosen an IBM (NYSE: IBM) managed security services solution to ensure protection of its information systems infrastructure and customer data. Using sophisticated predictive analytics technology, the solution will help anticipate and mitigate threats and any possible breaches, providing higher efficiency and productivity to the department’s operations.
23 Jul 2013
RIYADH, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia –July, 23 2013 – IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today the official opening of its 10th global security operations center (SOC) in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia designed to support the alliance of Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) and IBM to provide customers in the Saudi business sector with managed and cloud security services.
01 Jul 2013
Jordan Ahli Bank, a leading Jordanian financial institution, has chosen IBM (NYSE: IBM) to transform its core banking systems in a major program of modernization and business expansion. IBM will provide hardware, software and IT services that will set new standards in customer service by enabling the bank to extend smarter products and services, enhance client satisfaction with improved time to market services, increase its banking application performance and cut on its energy consumption costs.
01 May 2013
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Saudi Ministry of Health announced today the successful implementation of IBM’s Public Health Solution for Disease Management in Jeddah, Mekkah, Taif and Qunfudah which helps manage the risk of infectious and communicable diseases across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The new cloud-based system will provide public health professionals with tools to better protect the health of the Kingdom’s citizens with a secure, easy-to-use application to collect, share and analyze health information critical in managing public health outbreaks such as SARS, influenza and any other communicable diseases. The program will be in place throughout the entire Kingdom within three to five years.