UAE-based Emircom has announced that it has been honoured with the Titanium Partner status by Dell Technologies.
The DubaiNow platform and application has processed 7.5 million transactions, worth AED 4 billion, making it the city’s preferred portal for transactions with government services, according to Smart Dubai and the Dubai Department of Finance (DoF).
Saudi Arabia’s authorities have announced plans to improve the quality of technical services at the Two Holy Mosques, which are the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque.
Food manufacturers must learn to collect, analyse and utilise data across the entire manufacturing supply chain if they are to survive and thrive, experts said during food and technology conference in the UAE.
The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi has announced the launch of a number of online services as part of its digitalisation plan to facilitate transactions, WAM reported.
Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2018 revealed five distinct emerging technology trends that will blur the lines between humans and machines.
To make VAT compliance a reality but not a headache, companies must leverage IT solutions that store and manage sensitive information.
“When we look at Dubai, we see an innovative government that inspires people to take the initiative, and constantly work towards creating a bright future,” said Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul-Gheit.
Batelco, a leading digital solutions provider in Bahrain, has launched Brinc Batelco IoT Hub, the first Internet of Things (IoT) hardware accelerator in the Middle East region.
According to a recent survey conducted by DarkMatter, 48 percent of polled respondents are very concerned with the possible loss of their data from cyber incidents, compared to 18 percent who are not.