A new report commissioned by AWS, in partnership with the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, reveals that between 2022 and 2030, the UAE’s SMEs and start-ups stand to gain a total of US$17.1 billion (AED62.6 billion) in economic benefits from hyperscale cloud computing.
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By David Erlich, consulting director for B2B and strategic marketing, Sofrecom
Cisco Talos, one of the world’s largest private threat intelligence teams, released its latest quarterly report, “Incident Response Trends in Q3 2022,” that examines incident response trends and global cyber threats.
The discussion regarding a cost-sharing framework between telcos and digital content providers is resonating ever louder in Europe. As the region faces an economic inflection point, building long-term resilience requires a smarter and more innovative approach.
The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) invited Telecom Review to the official press conference for the Internet Exchanges Union initiative “United IX,” which aims to link the SmartHub-IX platform, supported by etisalat by e&, and UAE-IX platform, supported by du, to form an integrated interconnection system at the national level.
If you can send your emails, post on social media or have a virtual meeting without hassle, consider yourself privileged, because as of 2022, one-third of the world’s population remains unconnected to the internet.
French defense and technology group Thales confirmed that data relating to the group has been released on the dark web via the publication platform of LockBit 3.0, an extortion and ransomware group.
2022 has been marked by both tensions and innovations around the world. While necessarily picking up from a pandemic-stricken recent history, the global fiscal comeback is currently facing economic hurdles, the solutions for which technology must play a critical role in.
The governments of Canada, Singapore and the United Kingdom have united in the belief that the Internet of Things (IoT) offers tremendous economic and social benefits, and appropriate cybersecurity requirements must be built into these connected products.
By Aloysius Cheang, chief security officer (CSO), Huawei UAE