Many Technologies are Defined as “Innovative” — such as Cloud Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and Robotics – Accenture-Israel CEO Shimon Elkabetz
Shimon Elkabetz in a media interview added that many technologies are defined as “innovative” — such as cloud infrastructure, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and robotics — have existed for several years but have only recently matured. He thinks that many organizations in the industry haven’t really made use of these technologies until now, but rather regarded them as tests or side pilots, in order to assess whether they indeed contain solutions that could assist them. However, he noted that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has accelerated this process, and today many large organizations realize that they must adapt their business strategy and incorporate these innovations into their core systems. “What we do as a company is take all of these technologies and capabilities and incorporate them into the industry,” Elkabetz said.
Israel-based Cloud Security Startup Armo Emerged from Stealth this week with $4.5 Million in Funding
A new cloud security startup emerged from stealth this week with $4.5 million in funding and a mission to strengthen security for cloud-native workloads. According to Israel-based Armo, as more companies adopt cloud technologies, many accelerate use of Kubernetes as the container orchestration platform. However, these current solutions give limited visibility and security for cloud-native platforms, Armo officials say in a release. Some use “sidecars,” or bolted-on security tools, but these don’t always provide a seamless and secure environment.
Qatar: Cloud Computing Policy Framework Developed to Provide High-Quality Services to Individuals, Companies & Institutions
HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani chaired yesterday the Cabinet’s regular meeting at its seat at the Amiri Diwan. Reviewed the following issues and took appropriate decisions: 1 — The Ministry of Transport and Communications letter on the policy framework document for cloud computing. The cloud computing policy framework has been developed to provide high-quality services to individuals, companies and institutions, significantly increase efficiency and growth, and to ensure reliable access to all local and international users alike, based on the TRAs strategy to support the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030 and the Second National Development Strategy.