Microsoft launched the ‘Make your Wish’ campaign across the Middle East. The initiative calls on individuals and organisations of all sizes in the region to share their ideas about the incredible possibilities with Artificial Intelligence (AI), and how they can change the world.
As the Middle East and North Africa’s startup market nears USD 650 million, global social entrepreneurship organization Ashoka, global technology company SAP, and members of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community
Allison Zimmer, Communications Specialist, Commercial Excellence, Xerox shares 6 prime tips to help you boost efficiency and preserve your peace and sanity in Q4 and beyond.
Sachin Varghese, EVP Americas & CMO at Paladion highlights the security challenges faced by the hospitality sector in the region and how they can avoid hacking of their POS systems with MDR
Cases of cryptocurrency mining and cryptojacking will continue to grow in 2019, as attackers target smart devices and home assistants to build cryptomining farms, according to ESET’s latest trends report. Along with cryptomining, Cybersecurity Trends 2019:
Cairo-based pet care startup, VetCode announced that it has been able to raise seed funding from Pmaestro, a Cairo-based technology company that helps startups with consultancy services in different areas and also invests in them.
Mistletoe. Family. Christmas dinner. Not only are these three staples of the festive period, but they also rank as some of the most popular shots taken when we’re awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus.
Increasing urbanization is making the last mile of delivery more complex and critical for the success of e-commerce companies, according to new research by DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, and market research company Euromonitor.
Bringing together the best smartphone developers across the Middle East & North Africa, Huawei hosted its ‘HUAWEI Developer Day’ workshop series in partnership with ZAIN Innovation Campus (ZINC), in Amman on December 18.
The digital era has transformed the field of photography. Many photographers now offer ‘digital photo libraries’ to customers instead of photo albums and prints. And while this may have a positive impact on the bottom line, according to Epson,