Adel Alkhalil

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Cloud computing is a new paradigm for emerging technology in the computing and IT industries. Cloud computing offers a new pathway for business agility and supports a faster time to market by offering ready-toconsume cloud-based IT services. SMEs can wisely take advantage of the cloud computing services, without the need for upfront costs. The perception of(More)
INTRODUCTION Central nervous system listeriosis is a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for the clinician. CASE REPORT We report the case of a 66-year-old woman who was admitted for a left progressive hemiparesis associated with headaches. She was treated for one year by immunosuppressive drugs for vulgaris pemphigus. At the time of admission,(More)
Cloud computing provides an innovative delivery model that enables enterprises to reduce operational costs and improve flexibility and scalability. Organisations wishing to migrate their legacy systems to the cloud often need to go through a difficult and complicated decision-making process. This can be due to multiple factors including restructuring IT(More)
INTRODUCTION Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) is a demyelinating disease of central nervous system due to the JC virus. PML generally occurs in immunocompromised hosts and has a fatal outcome. OBSERVATION We report a case of an atypical PML in a patient with pulmonary sarcoidosis: MRI showed multifocal and punctate contrast enhancements.(More)
Migrating existing resources to cloud computing is a strategic organisational decision that can be difficult. It requires the consideration and evaluation of a wide range of technical and organisational aspects. Although a significant amount of attention has been paid by many industrialists and academics to aid migration decisions, the procedure remains(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) and cloud computing are the present day technologies which enable novel and attractive solutions for information gathering and accessing it across the globe. There is a meticulous research going on in the labs and universities on these areas. However there are obstacles that must be overcome before the full potential of this(More)
The central nervous system's (CNS) involvement is uncommon in Hodgkin's disease (HD) and usually occurs in patients with relapsing disease many years after the initial diagnosis. An isolated involvement of the CNS is extremely rare and therefore, difficult to diagnosis. We report the case of a 27-year-old woman with seizure and a left cerebrodural mass on(More)
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