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Is the GCC ready for GDPR?

Johnny Karam

How organisations need to prepare for compliance as GDPR changes the game for data

Don’t let data theft end your quest for the Iron Throne

Mohammed Al-Moneer

Analytics and visibility are critical and can help detect data exfiltration events

Invert spend with flash storage

Christian Putz, director, EEMEA, Pure Storage.

The speed at which your front-end works is utterly reliant on your storage performance

$1.5 billion awaits telcos in the drone market

Ramzi Khoury is manager with Strategy& (formerly Booz & Company), part of the PwC network.

With a tailored strategy, operators can succeed in the drones market

The digital transformation- driving the engine of economic growth

Charles Yang, President, Huawei Middle East.

Huawei on how investments in ICT infrastructure directly relate to a country’s GDP

NotPetya – The Ransomware that spreads like a Worm

Mohammad Tabbara, senior systems engineer, UAE and channel at Infoblox

Once NotPetya infects a system, it sets up encryption routines and attempts to spread over the network

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Building the Telco of the Future – a 2020 Vision
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For the first time in living memory, the region’s telco sector is facing genuine threats to its dominance.

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Uber UAE bullish about the potential of a viable alternative to car ownership

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