The number of operating businesses in the field of developing and managing e-commerce platforms has reached 1,969 licences in Dubai.
The Emirates Mars Mission has announced the link to watch the live streaming of the launch of the “Hope Probe”, …
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced the Smart Cities Command and Control Centre of Moro Hub (Data Hub Integrated Solutions), a wholly-owned subsidiary of DEWA.
More than two thirds (68 percent) of IT heads in Saudi Arabia believe it is challenging to gain end-to-end visibility of their network, according to a report by VMware and Forrester.
Hub71 has collaborated with two leading banks in the UAE – Mashreq Bank and First Abu Dhabi Bank – to help identify and solve the pain points faced by startups and launched a whitepaper titled: Rethinking Banking for Startups.
Mastercard has announced the tokenisation of consumer card credentials on file for Amazon customers in 12 countries across North America, Latin America, Middle East and Europe.
UAE-based digital transformation leader Injazat has unveiled its new Cyber Fusion Centre, expanding its cyber defence capabilities and portfolio of services.
Saudi Arabia’s Pharma Pharmaceutical Industries (Pharma) has implemented Epicor ERP to enhance data capture and archiving capabilities, and optimise operational efficiencies.
Egypt telco Etisalat Misr has turned to IBM to introduce its first AI virtual assistant to transform its customers’ experience.
Customers of Mashreq Bank are now being served by the region’s first digital engagement banking bot, which was developed in collaboration with Avaya and Koopid.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that that starting today, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), data providers, and consulting partners based in the UAE can transact in AWS Marketplace and AWS Data Exchange.
Dimension Data will provide 40-hours of incident response services, at no cost, to public and private hospitals in the UAE that have faced attacks coronavirus-themed cyber-attacks.
COVID-19 continues to change the way companies do business in the Middle East. And one of the largest banks in Jordan is using solutions from Citrix Systems to adapt.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has announced that it has invested in four FinTech start-up companies.