NEOM has signed a contract with stc group as part of its first step to create the world’s leading cognitive cities that rely on leading technology for digital services.
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.
Saudi Arabia’s Pharma Pharmaceutical Industries (Pharma) has implemented Epicor ERP to enhance data capture and archiving capabilities, and optimise operational efficiencies.
Taibah University has adopted a ‘Cloud First’ strategy with Oracle’s Gen 2 Cloud Infrastructure to deliver secure, convenient and integrated digital learning and administrative services that can be remotely accessed by thousands of university students, faculty and staff.
“Virgin Mobile” Saudi Consortium has announced the appointment of Eng. Yaarob Al-Sayegh as the company’s first Saudi CEO.
Saudi Arabia is reportedly planning to introduce electronic wristbands for monitoring people who are quarantined inside their homes.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia can now avail AWS Outposts, which offer fully managed and configurable compute and storage racks built with AWS-designed hardware.
Industries across Saudi Arabia today—including healthcare, education, and banking—are already benefitting from the incredible leaps in bandwidth and network speeds provided by 5G.
stc has revealed that the number of paper contracts that the company dispensed with due to digitisation amounted to 7 million annual contracts.
Huawei has announced the appointment of Terry He as CEO for Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia effective immediately. Based in …
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Investment (formerly SAGIA) has presented Virgin Hyperloop One (VHO) with a trade license at the US-Saudi Arabia Business Forum.
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), one of Saudi Arabia’s premier research universities, is collaborating with Riverbed on …
Saudi Arabia is adopting smart technologies to help Hajj pilgrims at all stages of their religious journey, according to local media reports.
Overall spending on information and communication technology (ICT) in Saudi Arabia is set to reach $37 billion this year, up 2.4 percent on 2019, according to IDC.