Orange Business Services, a network-native digital services company, has announced the opening of a second office in the United Arab Emirates, Orange Business Services International Limited in Abu Dhabi. The new office will work in close cooperation with the Middle East & Africa regional headquarters in Dubai, which is also the regional center of excellence for smart cities and an innovation hub. The new Abu Dhabi office will support the full range of global services and solutions from Orange Business Services, and especially those relevant to smart cities, in support of the Abu Dhabi Vision 2030 strategy.

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Red Hat announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro to offer Ansible, Open Source, Open Shift, and Cloud solutions to enterprises across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) as they continue to operate remotely during this period. Covering all Gulf and Levant countries, in addition to Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, the partnership guarantees the provision of products that will contribute toward Automation, IT Optimization, Digital Transformation, and Cloud-Native development within the financial, public, healthcare, and telecommunications sectors.

Read more: Red Hat and Ingram Micro sign distribution deal for MEA

In response to widespread social isolation measures to combat COVID-19, NetFoundry CEO and Founder, Galeal Zino, has announced radical moves to provide essential services with exceptionally secure, high performance networking for their remote staff. The company is offering charitable organisations, schools, universities, hospitals, medical professionals and law enforcement agencies complimentary use of their Cloud Native Networking Platform for at least three months.

Read more: NetFoundry commits to critical services during lockdown

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