Bayt.com has just introduced video cover letters to 33 million job seekers.
The Expo 2020 site in Dubai has become the first large scale commercial site in the MEASA region to have …
Gemalto has released the results of a global study which reveals that more than half of the companies surveyed in the Middle East (56 percent) are unable to analyse all the data they collect and 32 percent do not know where their sensitive data is stored.
du, in collaboration with Cisco, has unveiled a white paper outlining its transformational journey towards becoming an ‘ICT service provider’ by 2021.
Help AG has announced it will leverage this platform to deliver its new ‘Red Team/Blue Team Simulation’ service, which provides a custom-built cyber-attack and defence simulation environment to train its ethical hacking and security analytics teams.
Dubai-based blockchain startup ArabianChain Technology has signed a joint venture with Dubai-and-London-based innovation firm Curiositas to create Wethaq.
Rapid adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions will increase the UAE’s GDP by $96 billion by 2030, enabling organisations to better meet and predict customer and citizen trends and drive digital business innovation.
Batelco, the Kingdom’s leading Digital Solutions provider has renewed its partnership agreement with the Entertainer to deliver fantastic benefits for the telco’s customers.
Dubai Sports Council (DSC) has introduced a new project aimed at developing the sports sector under the umbrella of the Dubai 10X initiative.
Emirates Transport has implemented Oracle Cloud Applications to drive a major digital transformation across all its core business operations.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has officially launched the “Maharati” system, a healthcare learning and management system, at the Training and Development Centre in Sharjah.
Microsoft has commenced its training sessions at the region’s first AI Summer camp, a unique initiative that aims at developing mechanisms to apply the UAE Strategy for Artificial Intelligence.
The Dubai Municipality’s Al Kifaf Centre has extended its services to the public 24 hours a day by opening a Smart Hall.
The Medical Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL), a robot treatment device for spinal injuries, has been approved for use in Saudi Arabia.