Pocket-sized fitness: how mobile apps are revolutionising health and wellness.
Security professionals across the Middle East must educate employees about the rise in coronavirus-related cybercrime and how to avoid placing their organisation at risk, says Werno Gevers, cybersecurity specialist, Mimecast.
Toni El Inati, RVP Sales, META & CEE, Barracuda Networks, shares insights into how organisations can ensure the security of their remote workforce.
In an effort to help people get relevant and up-to-date resources on COVID-19, Instagram has introduced a call-out at the …
Over the weekend, as part of the national sterilisation programme, Dubai has disinfected 129 of its sites and buildings and 23 public areas in the emirate.
Facebook-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp announced the launch of the World Health Organisation’s Health Alert. The new service, which is …
As coronavirus continues to raise concerns across the globe, Deputy Editor Giorgia Guantario takes a look at how technology can …
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread across the world, organisations are closing offices and mandating remote working.
UK-based Veragon Water Solutions has commercially launched a technology that provides a cost-effective and sustainable source of mineralised drinking water by harnessing the humidity from the air, in the Middle East.
A non-virtual reality version of the mobile app, which was developed by Deutsche Telekom and Glitchers, was released last November, and has already generated data from 3 million people.