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In pics: Nokia 150 phones from HMD Global


HMD global has announced the launch of its Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 dual SIM phones
Posted On Dec 14, 2016









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In pics: Winners of CommsMEA Awards 2017

CommsMEA Awards 2017 was a celebration of innovation and transformation in the telecom market in the region

In pics: Cisco innovation and experience centre in Dubai

Cisco's IXC will serve as an innovation hub as well as a platform to showcase use cases of digital transformation

In pics: iPhone X now available in the UAE

While both Etisalat and du will offer iPhone X packages, the smartphone will be available from Apple for AED 4099

In pics: GITEX 2017 highlights from Etisalat

Futuristic technologies took centrestage at Etisalat's stand at GITEX Technology Week 2017

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John Curtis-Oliver, Partner at Boyden presents an AI perspective into the future of the executive search industry

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As the scope of competition for telcos goes beyond other telcos, the strategies need a complete makeover

UAE unaffected by latest global cyberattacks
Business UAE unaffected by latest global cyberattacks

Petya is similar to the WannaCry ransomware that swept the world last month

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CommsMEA staff writer Ericsson forecasts 17 million 5G subscriptions in MENA by 2023

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

Increasing smartphone penetration levels from a low base has been the main reason for increasing data usage.
CommsMEA staff writer Moody's maintains a stable outlook for EMEA telcos for 2018

Data demands will continue to significantly contribute to revenue growth

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When it comes to security, the employee in the workplace remains the single weakest link in the chain


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