tahawultech.com will welcome Support Legal’s newly appointed chief technology officer to the stage for the upcoming Power of 4 Fourth Industrial Revolution Forum later this year.
A report published by Oliver Wyman in collaboration with the DIFC reinforces the fact that digital technologies are a critical catalyst in achieving financial access across the MEASA region.
Dell has agreed to buy out its own tracking stock for nearly $22 billion in a move that will return the technology company back to public markets five years after its founder took it private.
DT World will provide its ‘Mawani’ system that connects logistics services onto one platform, as well as management and consultancy services to DR Trade.
As part of their partnership, the companies will cooperate to help Trendyol, which has over 16 million customers, accelerate its growth
The forum will also examine why sustainable finance is the future, and shed light on the region’s strong affinity towards sustainable banking.
In the MENA region, over 11 million users on Facebook discussed the Egyptian National Team, while more than 10 million discussed the Moroccan team.
The report, titled “The Case for an Innovation Hub to Facilitate MEASA Financial Inclusion”, reveals how Dubai is strategically positioned to facilitate development of digitally enabled financial solutions for the region.
Mubadala Healthcare and Cerner have collaborated to implement Cerner’s integrated electronic health record (EHR) at Mubadala Healthcare’s Healthpoint facility.
The company has promised customers quick answers to their questions “in real time” by simply tapping the chat option in the app.
E-commerce as we know it is set to get a facelift with the launch of Mall.Global – a retail platform that plans to incorporate immersive technologies and operational practices into online shopping.
Nationwide digital transformation, Smart Cities, and Expo 2020 Dubai, will drive the UAE’s IT market to AED 20 billion in 2018, BMI Research predicts.
Dubai ranked 6th in the survey, and while 12 per cent of respondents said they would move to Dubai to work, 22 percent chose number one-ranked London and 16 percent opted for second place New York.
A team of International Atomic Energy Agency experts has spent the last seven days reviewing the UAE’s nuclear energy progress, ahead of plans to begin generating power from the Barakah plant next year.