Ooredoo inaugurated their ‘App Factory,’ an integrated and collaborative platform to foster efficient design and development of new services in Ooredoo Oman App.
Oman Data Park (ODP) has reportedly introduced artificial intelligence services bringing in “Robot as a Service” into the Omani market at Omantel ICT Summit 2018.
Gulf Business Machines (GBM) has appointed Eddy Abboud as General Manager of the company’s Oman business.
Oman’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority is reportedly planning to roll out 5G international mobile data telecommunications networks in Oman. The Telecommunications …
Oman Data Park (ODP) and Cisco have announced that ODP has deployed Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) as part of its ODP Managed Security Services for end point protection.
Omantel has reportedly partnered with Blockchain Solutions and Services (BSS) for mutual cooperation between the two companies, which include availing the smart solutions offered by BSS in logistic and commercial operations.
The Oman Information Technology Authority (ITA) has organised a meeting with the leaders of government entities to discuss the challenges they face in their digital transformation projects in the Sultanate.
Bank Sohar has announced its support for the upcoming Blockchain Training Programme – Intermediate level workshop, organised by the Oman Blockchain Club, the Times of Oman reported.
The Oman Information Technology Authority (ITA) has reportedly launched the third edition of its summer IT training programme.
Oman and the Republic of Korea has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation between the two sides to establish smart cities.
Ooredoo Oman has been named at the “Fastest Mobile Network” in the Sultanate for Q1-Q2 2018.
Oman has scored 81% compared to 59% in 2016 survey to be the 2nd best country in the Arab region for online services in the UN eGovernment Survey 2018.
Oman reportedly prevented over 880 million cyber-attacks on government networks in 2017 – three times more than 2016 when the country recorded 279 million such attacks.
Oman has reportedly warded off over 880 million cyber-attacks on government networks in 2017, three times more than 2016 when the country recorded 279 million such attacks.