Hub71 has announced the second edition of its Abu Dhabi Decoded webinar series that will focus on Abu Dhabi’s business-friendly environment designed for tech startups, entrepreneurs and global companies of the future.
Enterprise blockchain solution for global payments, Ripple, has announced that it has chosen Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) as the location of its Middle East headquarters.
Smart Dubai has announced its plans to participate in the 40th GITEX Technology Week, taking place on December 6-10, 2020, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Dubai Municipality has successfully received the disaster recovery data centre solutions delivered by Huawei.
Moro Hub has announced its collaboration with Smart Dubai for the provision of a high-end node at Moro Hub to accelerate the digital transformation initiatives of Dubai Government entities.
The Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR) is partnering with Microsoft to broaden efforts to empower Emiratis.
Dubai FDI working in close co-operation with investors to enhance the absorptive capacity of qualitative investments, says Fahad Al Gergawi.
DigitalTrust, the Middle East’s leading Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Digital Certificates service provider, announced the launch of DTSigner, an enterprise-level digital signature and document workflow application fully compliant with UAE federal regulations covering e-commerce.
Emirates Digital Wallet has announced its first major step towards eliminating the use of physical cash, as klip, the UAE’s Digital Cash Platform, enters its final round of testing.
Malaffi, the region’s first Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform, one of the key initiatives of the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DOH), has announced that almost one year from the first go-live milestone.
Smart Dubai has launched a Professional Diploma to enhance the skills of the city’s ‘Smart City Experience Specialists’
Uber has launched ride-hailing services in Sharjah, improving access to transportation across the UAE.
Etihad Energy Services (Etihad ESCO) will join Moro Hub’s newly launched Smart Cities Command and Control Centre following an agreement signed by both organisations, which was witnessed by DEWA MD and CEO Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer.
As UAE educational institutions go ‘back to school’ on 30th August, they are driving innovation in the $350 billion global education technology market to transform in-classroom and remote learning experiences.