Regional cybersecurity expert Spire Solutions is participating at the 87th InterPol General Assembly, organised by the Dubai Police, running from 18th-21st …
IT spending in EMEA is projected to total $973 billion in 2019, an increase of 2 percent from the estimated …
Linksys has launched a new cloud management solution aimed at SMB clients, which it says could reduce IT costs by …
Canon Middle East (CME) has announced that it is expanding its regional presence by establishing direct operations in Saudi Arabia.
The Soft – Open Flexible Legislation, is an interactive legislative platform that will enable the trade, business and finance sector to participate in the formulation of commercial, economic, and financial legislation.
Smart Dubai has broken ground on the first phase of implementing the Dubai Paperless Strategy, which seeks to digitise internal and external transactions at government entities and save time and effort for employees and customers alike.
Jotun has released ColourDesign, a mobile application that simplifies the process of colour selection for interior as well as exterior walls by helping users visualise the result of their preferred colour with a tap of a screen.
Abu Dhabi-based Injazat Data Systems, a provider of IT, data centre and managed services, has announced its expansion to Dubai.
As part of its support for the SMB community in the Middle East and North Africa region, Samsung Electronics has announced the launch of Samsung Business Suite.
This year’s WWDC is all about software. Here’s everything Apple announced at its WWDC 2018 keynote presentation.
Microsoft has reportedly acquired GitHub, the code-repository company popular with many software developers.
On 4 June Apple will announce various new products during its WWDC keynote, potentially including iOS 12, macOS 10.14, the iPhone SE2 and HomePod mini. Here’s how to watch the live stream and follow our WWDC 2018 live blog.
Cloud investment is gathering momentum, with organisations in Saudi Arabia increasing software spend by 5.5 percent, boosting the Kingdom’s ICT market to $33 billion (SAR 127 billion), according to a recent report by IDC.
Sheikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company (Mumtalakat), the sovereign wealth fund of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has recently announced the successful migration of the company’s IT infrastructure to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud and the closure of its onsite and offsite data centres.