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Middle East and North Africa enterprise software market to top USD 760 million in 2018

Industry experts agree that Middle East organizations are turning to digital consultancies to help solve business challenges – including budget constraints, over-extension of IT infrastructure, optimizing information management, and finding minimal time to value for digital business solutions and strategies. “As most Middle East organizations need to enhance their digital toolset, specialized channel partners are key for implementing information management …

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Bahrain Tech Week to showcase new opportunities for growth

Bahrain’s Cloud First policy estimated to have saved 90% in government ICT infrastructure expenditure since last year’s event Manama, Bahrain: The Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) today announced that the Kingdom will host Bahrain Tech Week from 28 September to 7 October 2018, bringing together technology experts from government, major private-sector entities and startups to explore how digital innovations can …

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Fujitsu Implements Enterprise IT Service Management Solution for Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority

The cloud-based solution ensures higher operational efficiency through automated policies and processes Fujitsu has implemented an Enterprise IT Service Management solution for the Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), underlining its expertise in delivering end-to-end solutions for major enterprise clients. The new solution will enable DSOA to achieve higher levels of operational efficiency and productivity through automated policies and processes. Fujitsu …

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Mideast jobseekers prefer online engagement with firms: Survey

Demanded by 94.7% of the region’s job seekers By Staff Writer, TradeArabia Engaging with potential job seekers online is positive for a company’s employer branding and is demanded by 94.7 per cent of the region’s job seekers, according to poll conducted by Bayt.com, a leading job site in the region. Two-thirds of these job seekers (66.5 per cent) said they …

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UAE leads Middle East in digital competitiveness

Emirates ranking jumped one place to 17th globally The UAE’s global ranking in digital competitiveness continued to improve as it secured the 17th position in IMD World Digital Competitiveness 2018 report. The region’s second biggest economy also maintained its lead in the Middle East chiefly due to Dubai’s strong push towards digitisation and embracing new technologies to make the emirate …

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Popular Arab social media stars talk about success and social messaging on YouTube

The final session of Sharjah Ramadan Majlis at al Majaz Amphitheatre last night (Sunday, June 3) was dedicated to the new generation of YouTubers Sharjah Government Media Bureau – If YouTube has emerged as one of the most powerful modern media platforms with massive impact on public perceptions and attitudes, a great deal of credit goes to social media stars …

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Microsoft is designated driver of the tech world

Quarterly results show the company earned $7.4bln, an increase of 35% over the same period last year. By Robert Cyran, Reuters News NEW YORK, (Reuters Breakingviews) – If the tech sector is in perpetual party mode, Microsoft is its designated driver. The software giant is vying with retailer Amazon to be the planet’s second-biggest firm by market capitalization, at nearly …

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Dubai among world’s top 3 model smart cities

Emirate has been taking a pioneering role in self-driving cars, automated ports, testing of delivery robots and drones and social robots among others. By Waheed Abbas, Khaleej Times Dubai has been chosen among the world’s top 3 model smart cities, pioneering in different public and private services for the betterment of its residents. This thanks to a host of initiatives …

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Dubai-based Wrappup bought by Silicon Valley firm

Company’s co-founders will all join competitor Voicera. By Michael Fahy, ZAWYA A Dubai-based technology company started at a hackathon event three years ago has been bought out by a Silicon Valley-based competitor. Wrappup, which has been developing an app using artificial intelligence (AI) to record and automatically note action points in meetings, has been acquired by Voicera, which has also …

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Software sector witnesses highest talent turnover in MENA: Study

The trouble with retaining tech talent is high-demand and rising compensation within the industry. By Staff Writer, Khaleej Times The technology sector, retail and media industry witnessed the highest talent turnover in the Mena region as employees moved to search for better opportunities, a study by LinkedIn has revealed. The findings, based on LinkedIn’s data on half-a-billion professionals, show that …

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