Saudi Ministry of Justice signs strategic deal with Nexthink

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Updated 19 October 2016

Saudi Ministry of Justice signs strategic deal with Nexthink

DUBAI: The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, today announced that they have signed a strategic deal with Nexthink at GITEX 2016, DWTC to implement its advanced IT analytics solution to improve IT visibility and security.
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, serves the legal needs of the country through its vast network of offices with over 30,000 endpoints (employees) throughout the Kingdom. The Ministry is continually working on ways to ensure the delivery of critical services and has been at the forefront of IT and technology adoption.
It has also been chosen among the first ministries to implement the country’s Vision 2030.
The very nature of the MOJ’s work requires both real-time and highly secure IT operations. Even with existing backend monitoring tools, the Ministry is faced with critical challenges in key areas such as network and bandwidth issues, malware, etc., without a clear visibility on the impact of these problems.
With Nexthink, the MOJ now has advanced IT analytics, enabling it to strengthen security compliance and make better business decisions.
“The Ministry of Justice has a tradition of showcasing new technology, and the IT analytics solution from Nexthink allows us to maintain the highest standards,” said Majed Othman AL Othman, general manager of the IT Department at the Ministry of Justice, KSA.
“We now have real-time visibility from the end-user perspective to monitor our entire IT infrastructure and ensure a secure and stable environment.”
“Nexthink understands the critical and highly sensitive nature of the Ministry of Justice’s work and has thus developed its solution to meet these specific requirements,” said Yousif Hassan, Regional Sales Manager at Nexthink.
“We are proud to support the Ministry in this very important project and work together to achieve the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.”
Nexthink’s solution offers real-time visibility to help future-proof the MoJ’s IT infrastructure and endpoints; ensuring that the Ministry’s environment is both security compliant as well as resilient, to better meet the needs of the population and support future growth.
Nexthink is the innovator of End-user IT Analytics for security, ITSM and transformation. Nexthink helps IT departments connect, communicate and collaborate to achieve their major goals and to optimize endpoint security, operations, support and workplace transformation projects.


Report: 2 Iranian lawmakers arrested for ‘disrupting’ market

Updated 22 August 2019

Report: 2 Iranian lawmakers arrested for ‘disrupting’ market

  • The report did not reveal if they have been charged with any financial crimes
  • Iran arrested several people since 2018 on corruption charges

TEHRAN: Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency says two lawmakers have been arrested for unspecified actions described as “disrupting” the country’s car market.
The report says the two lawmakers — Fereydoun Ahmadi and Mohammad Azizi — were initially taken to the Evin prison in Tehran but they were later released for about $85,000 in bail.
The report didn’t specify if the two have been charged with any financial crimes.
Iran is trying to crack down on corruption and has arrested several persons since 2018. Two prominent local businessmen have been hanged.
Iran’s economy nosedived since the US pullout from the nuclear deal last year. Prices of cars have skyrocketed as Western manufacturers pull out of the country and foreign-produced parts are becoming harder to find. China is trying to fill the void.