Dubai Police has partnered with Etisalat to launch an initiative providing the telco’s customers in the UAE with free access to Dubai Police’s website and mobile application without consuming mobile data.
The volume of malicious and opportunistic cybercrimes has increased during the first 100 Days of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest study by Mimecast.
Secure access for remote and branch workers and high costs are the main connectivity challenges that regional organisations currently face as they adopt work from home models, according to Riverbed.
Zoom Video Communications have announced that it has acquired Keybase, a secure messaging and file-sharing service.
On 12th May, 14:00 GST, Barco will explore how technology can enable your organisation to create an immersive meeting room experience.
CNME Deputy Editor Giorgia Guantario takes a look at the tech companies trying to fight death, and what immortality could …
Kaspersky Digital Footprint Intelligence helps companies to understand the ways in which cybercriminals can successfully attack them.
UAE organisations are experiencing increased demand for individuals with deep technology skills, according to a new research by IDC.
GITEX Global.virtual’s launch webinar will highlight how innovators across industries have been leveraging 5G to advance commerce and society and how 5G can combat the economic impact of the pandemic.
The surge in eCommerce purchases is expected to rise further during Ramadan as Muslims head online to prepare for the Holy Month, according to Criteo.
GIAC has announced its partnership with ProctorU, a well-known and trusted exam delivery service, to offer remote exam delivery.
Microsoft has joined forces with its partners to give academic institutions in the UAE free half-day training in Teams.
KFC has become the first across the quick-service restaurant (QSR) landscape in the region to implement an innovative blockchain platform for its digital advertising and media buying.
With online shopping and e-Commerce scoring high for convenience and safety, the ‘DED Trader’ licence of Dubai Economy is attracting increased interest from start-ups in Dubai.