Recent revelations from the NSA scandal and the rising number of cyberthreats have exacerbated online privacy concerns.
iPhone 5 had a marketshare of 2.8 per cent in the third quarter, slightly higher than Samsung’s Galaxy S3.
Ramadan 2013, Gangnam Style and smartphones’ search queries top Google 2013 trending list for the UAE.
Governments in the region must create well-designed apps that allow citizens to connect frequently and directly with them, says study.
It is important to identify your goal for being online, says Joumana Hage, senior strategic planner at creative solutions company CHEIL.
The security firm said advanced mobile banking and targeted attacks will accelerate over the next year.
The most powerful gaming console ever goes on sale in the UAE at midnight on Thursday 12 December.
The second and third most popular buzzwords in the UAE were ‘effective’ and ‘strategic’.
The UAE’s ICT sector could record additional growth of around one to two per cent because of Expo 2020, says IDC.
Should disaster strike, many businesses in the Middle East do not have sufficient backup and recovery plans in place says Fady Richmany, senior regional director, backup and recovery systems for Turkey, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Middle East at EMC.
How important are the two buzzwords in today’s IT market to the most glamourous sport in the world? We asked Graeme Hackland, IT and IS director at the Lotus F1 Team.
The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, priced at Dhs899, comes with educational tools and safety features.
Ahmed Dawood, founder of social media marketing firm for corporates and small businesses Phenomena, shares his top ten tips for companies on social media.
As the Middle East’s tech landscape is challenged by the use of social media and smartphones, experts warn that companies need to be prudent about their online safety policies.
In August 2012 Aramco suffered an attack on 30,000 computers.
Lead by example and inspire those around you, says the co-founder of luxury technology brand Amodoria.
With a population of 28.3 million, Saudi Arabia is now the biggest user of YouTube per capita in the world.
The social media company’s share price soared in last week’s New York Stock Exchange debut after a $1.8 billion initial public offer.
Alexander Rauser, CEO of mobile application builder Prototype Interactive, shared his insights on the industry in the Middle East with Gulf Business.
The new video camera allows hands-off recording with a wristwatch remote.
The app, developed by Evolvin Networks, is believed to be a first for Abu Dhabi.
Marius Haas, president of Enterprise Solutions at Dell, spoke exclusively to Gulf Business at Gitex Technology Week 2013.
BBM community grows to more than 80 million active users across BlackBerry, Android and iPhone devices globally.
The Korean company is launching two gold editions of the feature-packed Galaxy S4.
Garry Kondakov, chief sales, marketing & support officer at internet security firm Kaspersky Lab, talks increased IT security awareness, B2B and B2C trends and expansion plans in the Middle East.
Around 20 per cent of businesses in the Middle East experienced an average of three security breaches in the last 12 months.
The phone manufacturer also launched two new Lumia smartphones and three new Asha models.
SAP’s early adoption of cloud and in-memory computing has helped the company stay ahead of the game in the Middle East.
The service will be rolled out in a phased manner to ensure a “smooth” customer experience, said the company.
Valerio Romano, managing director of Technology Consulting at Accenture, speaks exclusively to Gulf Business.
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