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Category Archives: ICT
Smart transportation and healthcare will be key deployment areas, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Digital Transformation team
As the Internet of Things (IoT) comes into focus, a majority of organizations across the world are trying to understand its role and relevance to their growth. IoT already connects more than 10 billion devices worldwide and over the next five years, this number is expected to grow to 100 billion. By 2025, IoT will generate economic benefits between USD 4 to 11 trillion globally. By all indications, IoT is a logistical and economic force that every organisation should address.
The MENA region is trending on tech startups and its success, but more importantly, UAE is taking lead with its smooth business start-up systems and an enabling environment to support innovation. The Emirate has the highest number of venture capitals in the MENA region –currently possessing 19 venture capitals. According to founder and co-founders of tech start-ups, there is, even more, ease operating in a free zone as compared onshore, as free zones are indeed free from complex bureaucratic and regulatory procedures. The free zones help simplify things by aiding in areas such as visa acquisitions, residence permits, documentation and bank accounts. Series of success story testimonies within the tech start-up area makes it an attractive sector and a booming one for UAE.
ICT HEALTH Wins ‘2017 UAE Healthcare IT Service Provider of the Year Award’ at the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Middle East Best Practices Awards
ICT Health LLC was named ‘2017 UAE Healthcare IT Service Provider of the Year‘ at the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Middle East Best Practices Awards Banquet held on the 24th of May at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai.
The attack on 200,000 plus computers across more than 120 countries around the world by the WannaCry ransomware certainly got the attention of governments, media, consumers and law enforcement. But the actual impact could have been so much worse.
By Digital Shadows Analyst Team
On 12 May 2017, as the WannaCry ransomware spread across computer networks across the world, a variety of explanations also began to worm their way through the information security community. Who was responsible for the WannaCry campaign? And what was the objective? Ransomware suggested it was the work of cybercriminals, although, given the sheer scale of infections and disruption, some commentators suspected the hand of a nation state. Despite relentless analysis from the security research community that has brought fragments of new information to the fore, no consensus has yet been reached on an attribution for the campaign.
By Steven Malone, Director of Security Product Management at Mimecast
Comment by Vijay Michalik, Industry Analyst, Digital Transformation, Frost & Sullivan