The Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA) has held the Cyber Defense Challenge, in partnership with the leading cyber security solutions company Trend Micro.
Mimecast’s Threat Intelligence Report: Black Hat Edition 2019, revealed that attackers are using either simple, opportunistic attacks or complex, targeted attacks based on necessity to impact the target.
Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (Jafza) has partnered with Dubai Courts to establish a Virtual Reality Smart Court to handle labour litigations involving companies operating from the Free Zone and its business units.
Toshiba has launched its SMART App, which is aimed at helping its front-end customer facing team members and channel partners maximise the value of its products.
Global tech giant IBM has announced a new blockchain network to streamline supply chain management, according to Reuters.
UK-based engineering and industrial software firm AVEVA has launched its new Unified Operations Center, its command-and-control solution for infrastructure operators such as smart cities and facilities management, and for industries like oil and gas and mining.
Organisations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) are expected to invest over $8.47 billion on Internet of Things (IoT) technologies this year, according to a recent industry report.
IBM has announced that it has transformed its software portfolio to be cloud-native and optimised it to run on Red Hat OpenShift.
Veeam has announced that it has attained double-digit growth in annual recurring revenue and continued success as Veeam embraces Act II of its company evolution.
UAE-based telco du has announced that it has become the only regional founding member of the Light Communications Alliance (LCA)
Mimecast has launched the Cyber Alliance Program, a new program designed to align security vendors into an extensive cyber resilience ecosystem.
The UAE Ministry of Finance (MoF) has recently signed an agreement with Etisalat to provide e-Dirham services on the telco’s official portal.
UAE-based Emircom has announced that it has been honoured with the Titanium Partner status by Dell Technologies.
Dell Technologies has announced that its Middle East, Turkey, Africa (META) region is now being expanded to include Russia, with the change coming into effect immediately.