A new global survey conducted by Kaspersky “The smart home of almost everything: From the fridge to TV, how we’ll embrace the year of the virtual assistant in 2023”, explores the key digital habits, obstacles and smart home device usage.
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UAE Businesses Under Pressure to Digitally Reinvent Employee Experiences for Post-COVID Market
UAE Businesses Under Increasing Pressure to Digitally Reinvent Employee Experiences for Post-COVID Labour Market, says Bayzat.
Why modern technology should be your most valued business partner
Mohammed Arif, Regional Director, Modern Workplace & Security, Microsoft Gulf highlights some of the things small businesses may want to consider to provide a competitive edge in a market rapidly embracing digital technology.
GCC millennials prefer to use travel apps for personalised offers: report
With millennials accounting for over a quarter of GCC’s population it is estimated that UAE residents in this age group will generate $40,000 average annual gross income by 2019 with almost half of them book travel through mobile devices.
Exclusive: Competition lies in tech firms – not fintechs, says ENBD CDO
In an exclusive interview with Tahawul Tech, Evans Munyuki said that “tech-fins” – companies that are technology focused, but are now considering the potential of financial services, could offer serious competition to traditional non-digitised banking.
Dubai Startup Hub hosts 10 innovation workshops
Dubai Startup Hub, an initiative of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has hosted a series of 10 workshops …
AUS launches Middle East’s first UPE IT chapter
A chapter of international honour society Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) has been launched at a special event held at American University …
Industry 4.0 to bring major disruption to work and life: MENA millennials
WEF’s Global Shaper Survey: MENA millennials expect the Fourth Industrial Revolution to have a significant impact on their working and daily lives.
Xennials: the latest micro-generation everyone’s talking about
Dan Woodman, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Melbourne, has curated a new category for those born between 1977 and 1983, which he says are “a combination of the pessimistic Gen X-ers and optimistic millennials.”