With the increased adoption of technology to tackle challenges and drive human progress, Dell Technologies will focus on Digital Transformation at GITEX.
Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, Middle East, Turkey and Africa at Dell EMC, said: “According to recent research by Dell Technologies, only 27% of regional businesses believe they are ingraining digital in all they do while nearly half (45%) don’t know whether they’ll be able to compete over the next decade and the majority (68%) of businesses are struggling to keep-up with the pace of change.
“In this pivotal time, Dell Technologies partners with businesses to provide capabilities spanning strategy development, consultative services and solution deployment and support to help customers and partners drive the Digital Transformation of their businesses. With an attentive and relevant audience, GITEX is the perfect opportunity to share our latest news and plans for the near-term and the longer-term future, around products, solutions, initiatives, partnerships and much more.
“By 2050, the world population will reach 10 billion people, compared to 7.6 billion today. This demographic boom, comes with big challenges that could lead to chaos. The connected city presents the attractive opportunity of improving quality of life and facilitating a continuously innovative environment which not only caters to residents’ needs but is also able to predict their future requirements and demands.
“Today, future urbanism is not only a topic of interest but one of increasing relevance. Dell Technologies is committed to creating technologies that drive human progress and we look forward to the opportunities GITEX presents for collaboration and innovation towards future development.”