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Simple steps to online safety

Marriott:

You can’t eliminate every risk, but you can keep yourself safer

VAT : Accelerating compliance with the right ERP platform

Monzer Tohme -

Non-compliance can have a detrimental effect not only on the corporate purse, but on brand credibility

A century of firsts: What’s in store for the UAE with Artificial Intelligence

Wojciech Bajda:

The UAE Artificial Intelligence Strategy sets ambitious goals for the next 100 years

Securing the future of virtualised networks 

Virtualisation has changed how the industry views security, says Bernd Kunze.

Don't ignore the security implications of virtualisation

Readying a generation for digital transformation

Charles Yang, President of Middle East Region, Huawei

Huawei’s ICT Skill Competition helps prepare the youth for the future of technology

WPA2 has been broken. Now what?

Bjorn: Focus your resources to close that gap between vulnerability disclosures and targeted exploits as much as possible.

A new attack method called KRACK is able to break WPA2 encryption

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Creating digital powerhouses with goetzpartners
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Petya is similar to the WannaCry ransomware that swept the world last month

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Xiaomi achieves the strongest growth with an increase of 80%

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Greatest challenge for operators to maximise network utilisation without affecting user experience

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