The King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST)’s Badir programme has approved the Mathaqi smartphone application as an incubated project.
The integrated solution will assist users of Zendesk to seamlessly resolve their IT issues and perform system management tasks — all from the same console.
Uber has reportedly lost its appeal against a ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers with minimum-wage rights rather than self-employed.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced its participation in the “A Day without Service Centres” initiative, which will see the Chamber only accept payments through smart channels on 26th October 2017.
Emirates Islamic has announced its new mobile banking app, aimed at providing a range of new features to the bank’s customers personalised and 24×7 banking experience.
According to a recent report by Bloomberg, the Japanese firm has agreed to block Uber founder Travis Kalanick from returning as CEO and prevent him from being appointed to any of the company’s top ranks.
Arun Khehar, senior vice president of applications, Oracle ECEMEA, gives his take on why blockchain has the potential to revolutionise various industries and provide enhanced transparency to finance.
According to both firms, the goal of the partnership is to help Infor HCM customers potentially reduce the sometimes costly and time-consuming tasks.
Dubai Municipality has launched a new aerial survey service using drone technology to provide real estate companies, consultants, and contractors with detailed data of rectified orthophotos and topographic maps.
Grab has announced that it recently raised $2 billion from Didi Chuxing and SoftBank Group in the largest–ever venture fundraising in Southeast Asia, said reports.