SANS has announced its return to KSA with ‘SANS Riyadh July 2018‘. The event follows the success of SANS’ training …
SEMrush analysed the sentiment of more than 20,000 tweets in KSA and the UAE during the week Saudi women were officially permitted to start driving on the Kingdom’s roads.
Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has announced that it signed partnership agreements with three international telecom companies, namely Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia.
Klaus Kleinfeld who was tasked with developing Saudi Arabia’s mega-city project NEOM is reportedly taking on a new role as an adviser to the Kingdom’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on his reform plans.
Saudi Arabia’s Research and Development Office (RDO) has announced a new initiative that will provide small businesses in the kingdom access to the research facilities of local universities.
The drivers – referred to as Captainahs – will begin working with Careem from today as part of the company’s ongoing mission to simplify and improve lies in the region.
Women in Saudi Arabia can now legally get behind the wheel of a car for the first time as the kingdom lifts its longstanding ban on women driving.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman College for Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Technologies has reportedly signed a strategic partnership deal with Stanford University in the US.
The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) together with partners from Saudi Arabia intend to invest $2 billion in technology projects in 2019, according to a report by Russian news Agency Tass.
The company has reportedly launched a registration portal that will serve as a one-stop shop for Saudi women interested in driving on Uber.
Saudi Aramco Technologies Company and Siluria Technologies, a company focused on processing technologies for the petrochemical and energy industries.
noon, the Middle East’s homegrown digital marketplace, is bringing the global marketplace of eBay closer to customers in the region with a new partnership.
Canon Middle East (CME) has announced that it is expanding its regional presence by establishing direct operations in Saudi Arabia.
Online booking of low cost Hajj for local pilgrims has reportedly received an overwhelming 240,000 aspirant pilgrims enrolling in the first week of starting the registration process.