As the acknowledged real estate capital of the Middle East, Dubai has long understood the importance of transparency, openness and efficiency to ensure the smooth running of its property market.
In a world that is driven by data, there is no more dangerous threat to the security of any organization than a cyberattack.
From the smartphone in a commuter’s pocket to the data center at a bank, business or government office, information and communications technology has become the engine room of contemporary urban life.
As cities digitalize their infrastructure and services, today’s cybersecurity specialists are already enlisting the forces of AI to help protect them from outside attack.
"We can give organizations visibility and control over a complex IT environment without needing experts for each application, network or device." Stan Black, Chief Security and Information Officer, Citrix
Earlier this year, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) inaugurated a Digital Command Center that uses AI to monitor and manage the company’s ever-expanding...
"There couldn’t be a better and more exciting time to be in the Kingdom. No more red tape and bureaucracy", H.E. Eng. Abdullah Al Swaha, Minister of Communications and IT, KSA.
"We are involved in many conversations with customers about how they can use our technology to be more secure in a cloud world." PJ Hough, Chief Product Officer, Citrix Systems
Behind the scenes, a quiet revolution is transforming the way in which businesses and public authorities harness the power of information technology.
Perhaps the most challenging technological phenomenon in the world today is the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI), in particular robots and machines that can spot new patterns in data and learn for themselves.