Twitter’s would-be new owner bailed on the social media company after claiming a material breach of “false and misleading representations” on spam and fake accounts, among other requested information.
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Cloud migration helps businesses move their applications, databases, and other IT resources to remote servers in a seamless, secure, and transparent manner. According to the 2022 State of Multicloud report, 60% of organizations are now running production workloads in a public cloud, with migrating more workloads as the most important cloud initiative overall.
Telecom customer experience has become one of the biggest factors for driving customer loyalty and revenue growth in the industry. Telcos must become far more agile to deliver a superior experience and embrace technological advancements.
Connectivity underpins different aspects of our personal and corporate lives – from emails and calls up to online transactions and cloud-based applications. Fast connection speeds and reliability are essential to keep a business running smoothly, meeting user demands and expectations.
Today’s digital ecosystem is witnessing rapid growth across e-commerce, fintech, health tech, edutech and other sectors. Millions of dollars are being spent on developing advanced technologies and gaining access to the market. Moreover, investors, corporations, government, and academia partners are involved in providing tech startups with the essential elements to grow and succeed in the UAE and globally. Striving for operational excellence through digital transformation in terms of RoI, time efficiency, and customer satisfaction is an essential component of any innovative framework in the digital economy.
Smartphones and other home electronic devices use frequencies on the radio spectrum, typically under 6 GHz, but these microwave bands are starting to get crowded. As more devices come online, carriers can only squeeze that much data on the same radio frequency spectrum, resulting in slower services and dropped connections.
For the last 25 years, the Middle East has been part of, and benefited from, the telecommunications revolution, taking full advantage of several trends that have shaped the telecom industry over the last few years. Almost all countries in the region have liberalized their telecoms industries since 2000, putting them on a dynamic path of sustainable growth. Despite having a significant financial stake in telecom, some states welcomed competition, albeit to varying degrees, and established effective regulatory authorities while shifting the investment to the private sector.
By Khalid Murshed, CTIO, Etisalat UAE
Ooredoo Qatar, the leading one-stop national provider of ICT in the country, hosted a high-level delegation from Nokia on their visit to Doha.
The UAE’s Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) announced that it has become the first government entity to provide sovereign cloud services in the region. Sovereign Clouds are designed and built to deliver security and data access that meets the strict requirements of data protection law as well as those of the regulatory sectors regarding data privacy, access and control.