The roots of the educational technology revolution are planted in the explosion of consumer and business technology usage. How do today's students—and teachers—use technology in their lives away from the classroom?
Thursday, November 22 - 2012 at 10:42
Top executives showcased the aesthetics and capabilities of Windows' latest OS last night in Dubai. The UAE launch of Windows 8, held in the Armani Ballroom at the foot of the Burj Khalifa, was held in the presence of royalty, ambassadors, business partners and media from across the region.
Mobile security is evolving to ensure smartphones and tablets are secure from malware, but businesses remain at risk from within, as long as employees connect to enterprise networks with their own devices.
Revenue from cloud computing products and services are due to increase from around $20bn to almost $150bn by 2020 - a total of 8% for all technology spend, according to research by Bain & Company. Their study, titled The Five Faces of the Cloud indicates that the Middle East needs a better network to the cloud.
This article provides an overview of data privacy in the UAE, explores the risks that companies face in relation to data loss by reference to case studies from the region and provides practical suggestions as to how businesses might seek to mitigate their exposure to risks of cyber crime.
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Wednesday, October 03 - 2012 at 14:06