CAFU, the MENA region’s first on-demand delivery app for motorists has partnered with soil, plants and drone experts to announce an ambitious project in a commitment to fight climate change.
ThreatQuotient has announced the results of the SANS Threat Hunting 2019 study. The most important result is the worldwide confusion about the role and tasks of a threat hunter.
Despite cybersecurity spending is growing year-on-year with almost nine percent growth in 2019, security budgets for SMBs and enterprise have fallen below the average spend.
Business leaders in the Middle East and Africa strongly believe that data helps build trust from its customers, its own business processes, and across its partner ecosystem, according to a recent study by IBM.
Fortinet has been chosen by Ooredoo Kuwait, a part of Ooredoo Group to deliver the region’s first secure SD-WAN managed service.
International service company, Serco Middle East, has appointed Paul Bogan to the role of Chief Digital Officer headquartered out of its Dubai office.
The worldwide public cloud services market is forecast to grow 17 percent in 2020 to total $266.4 billion, up from $227.8 billion in 2019, according to Gartner.
Customer experience will be a business priority for 96 percent of Saudi Arabia businesses in 2020, according to a new YouGov survey.
Saudi Arabia’s Misk Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem, that outlined steps towards creating a more dynamic market for startups between the Kingdom and the UAE.
The Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) has collaborated with RiseUp, to launch ‘African App Launchpad Cup’ – the first pitch competition in Africa.
Epicor Software has announced that Ras Al Khaimah based Quarry Mining has chosen Epicor ERP to optimise production processes and promote data transparency across business functions.
Galadari Brothers Group, one of UAE’s largest conglomerates with interests across automotive, retail, publishing and hospitality has initiated a major digital transformation with Oracle.
Abu Dhabi General Administration of Customs has signed an agreement with Oracle in the field of human capital management as part of its plan for digital and strategic transformation.
UAE CEOs are actively disrupting their sectors in 2019 with 70 percent already making significant technological advances, from AI to cognitive computing, to grow their business and stay ahead of competition.