Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy has issued a report detailing plans to drive the emirate’s digital economy ambitions. Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy has released a report detailing plans to drive the UAE’s digital economy ambitions, as part of its efforts to strengthen the digital economy ecosystem in Dubai and
UAE-based Virtuzone, a leader in company formation and corporate services, has unveiled its plan to build a flagship metaverse office tower in partnership with pax.world, a blockchain metaverse with an early-mover advantage. Purposefully designed to meet the needs of a burgeoning global digital nomad economy, the ground-breaking metaverse office tower,
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Ministry, together with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysia’s lead digital economy agency, recently unveiled the Malaysia Digital Economy Week at Expo 2020 Dubai that will go on till 15 January 2022 at the Malaysian Pavilion of the world expo.
Launched at the ‘Accelerating a Sustainable Digital Economy’ summit held this week by SAMENA Council, a new report from Huawei and Arthur D. Little focusses on recommended policy actions for Middle East countries to realise their digital visions for a sustained economic recovery from the pandemic and enhanced resilience. The
Technology and telecom play a major role in accelerating towards a digital economy powered by 5G, IoT and cloud positively impacting every aspect of the society by building an advanced infrastructure fostering an innovative ecosystem and encouraging collaboration, highlighted Hatem Bamatraf, Chief Technology Officer, Etisalat International.
Looking ahead to an all-connected, all-intelligent world, Huawei—a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices—recently hosted top ICT industry leaders at its ‘5G is ON’ forum, co-located at the SAMENA Leaders’ Summit. During the forum, organizations from the public and private sectors laid plans for
Indranil Das, Head of Digital Services, Ericsson Middle East and Africa shares a framework of 5 steps that can enable service providers to lead their way and prosper in the digital economy. The future is digital, and digital service providers will lead the way. From enhancing the way you engage