Almost half of UAE residents (49 percent) said they are likely to own a self-driving car in the next five years, according to a recent survey.
Customer experience will be a business priority for 96 percent of Saudi Arabia businesses in 2020, according to a new YouGov survey.
Over three quarters (88 percent) of UAE IT decision-makers will increase cloud spend in 2019, according to a new YouGov survey.
The Bayt.com ‘Middle East and North Africa Hiring Practices’ survey, conducted amongst recruiters and employed professionals in the UAE, revealed a variety of insights about the evolving hiring landscape and how recruitment practices have changed in the digital era.
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Dubai’s flag carrier sits ahead of eight digital brands in the UAE’s top 10, led by instant messaging behemoth WhatsApp in second place.
The research, conducted by Honeywell in partnership with YouGov, demonstrates a high level of confidence among UAE and Saudi retailers when it comes to technology adoption.
The home-grown airline placed ahead of WhatsApp, which came second, and Google, which came third. Tech favourites Facebook (5), YouTube (6), Apple (7), Apple iPhone (8) and Samsung (9) all ranked in the top 10.
A recent survey commissioned by Seamless Middle East 2017 revealed that 48 percent of GCC residents prefer to shop online, with 33 percent of respondents stating that online shopping is just as safe as offline shopping.
Microsoft has released the findings from a new survey of nearly 100 UAE-based educators, in which they expressed the challenges and opportunities in optimising technology for the classroom as well as the skill-sets required to succeed.