Western Digital Corporation has expanded its portfolio of data storage devices in Saudi Arabia.
Uber has recently announced the launch of a new “Women Preferred View” feature for women drivers in Saudi Arabia, which provides them with a choice in selecting a preference to be connected to women riders.
At the event, Ring will promote its home security products and services, giving customers and attendees the opportunity to experience Ring products firsthand.
SANS Institute has announced SANS Riyadh 2019 to help cyber security professionals in Saudi Arabia develop deep, hands-on skills through immersion-style training.
Badir Program and Jordan-based startup accelerator Propeller have partnered to boost startup collaboration between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Jeddah University and Commvault has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to set the framework of bilateral cooperation between the two organisations in supporting scientific research, training and expertise exchanges in line with the goals of the ‘Saudi Vision 2030’ initiative.
Innovative Solutions, a cybersecurity services company in GCC, has organised its second edition of its Innovative Security Summit this week.
Only 36 percent of CEOs in Saudi Arabia say their organisation is prepared to thwart any cyber-attack, according to a recent study.
Students in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are looking at IT, including cybersecurity, as a prospective career, according to the latest study by SANS Institute.
Saudi Arabian construction company Elite for Construction and Development Company has reportedly purchased the world’s largest 3D construction printer.
On International Women’s Day, SC Johnson’s Glade brand has launched a new social media selfie lens on Snapchat aimed at celebrating the women in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi biotech startups incubated by Badir Biotechnology Incubator, under the Badir Program, set up by King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), has successfully raised close to $10.133 million in new funding last year.
Ericsson has teamed up with Mobily to launch a next-generation of network services in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is close to becoming a leading digital economy, communications minister Abdullah Al-Sawaha said during his keynote presentation at MWC.