A recent study highlighted that a majority of organisations in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are failing to measure the right information to really understand what is driving customer loyalty.
UAE parents “concerned” but “don’t take action” in protecting kids onlineA majority of UAE parents (96 percent) worry about their children’s online safety but many may not know how to protect them, according to a recent study by Norton.2 3276
UAE ranked first in Arab world for e-participation
The UAE has risen in a number of indicators included in Waseda, the “IAC International Digital Government Rankings Report”, published by the Institute of Digital Government at Waseda University in Japan, WAM reported.
Duke of Cambridge rebukes social media firms
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, has accused social media companies of not being adequately proactive when dealing with fake …
Facebook’s Zuckerberg orders execs to boycott iPhones
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly “ordered” members of his management team to stop using iPhones in favour of Android devices.
Social media creates unrealistic expectations of parenting: study
More than one in five parents feel pressured, depressed or anxious when viewing idealised family images on social media sites such as Facebook or Instagram, according to a recent study.
Facebook reveals massive security breach affecting 50 million accounts
Facebook disclosed on Friday that hackers stole digital login codes allowing them to assume control over nearly 50 million user …
Tensions within Facebook prompt Instagram founders’ exit
Instagram founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger are leaving Facebook amid tensions with CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the directions of the photo-sharing app.
Abu Dhabi Police: hefty fines for taking photos of UAE accidents
Abu Dhabi police has warned people against crowding and taking photos at accident sites reiterating that such photos on social media is against the law.
White House eyes antitrust probe into tech giants: report
The White House has reportedly drafted an executive order that would push federal antitrust and law enforcement agencies to probe the business practices of social media and other Internet companies.
Middle East users can now access Facebook’s crisis response tool
Facebook announced the launch of Community Help on Facebook Lite in more than 100 countries, including the MENA region, across UAE, Saudi, Egypt, Morocco and others.