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Highlights of Day 3 of GITEX Technology Week 2017

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Here are the highlights from Day 3 of GITEX Technology Week 2017 and in case you had missed out on Day 2 highlights for the GITEX Technology Week 2017, click here. Manchester United Legends Mikaël Silvestre and Nemanja Vidić visit Epson stand As Manchester United’s Official Office Equipment Partner, Epson was joined by Manchester United legends Mikaël Silvestre and Nemanja Vidić at their stand at GITEX Technology Week 2017. Visitors to the Epson stand in Hall 4, E4-10, were invited to […]

Retail disruption

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Is the ‘brick and mortar’ business model losing its charm? Well, yes and no. As e-commerce continues to rise in popularity, the retail industry is not dying per se but merely evolving

Where AI meets the cloud

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Huawei Connect brings together the industry leaders from various parts of globe under one roof to discuss latest ICT trends, share ideas and explore new technologies that can lead us to a better connected era.

Getting ready for VAT

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Value-added Tax (VAT) is an indirect tax applied upon the consumption of most goods and services, levied by VAT registered businesses at each stage in the supply chain. VAT is added to the value of the goods and services

Connecting seamlessly

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Whether you are a consumer, SMB, big corporate, a college or university, being connected seamlessly to the Internet is beneficial in getting access to a number of services and information available online. This is where routers come into picture

Partner training: A value proposition

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  Different channels have designated purposes in the value chain, and every member of the channel is required to skilfully complete their task for smooth channel operations. This calls for each of the channel members to be provided with relevant sales and product training.

The global ransomware scare, Petya

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Ransomware initially targeted individuals through phishing or other infection techniques that required user interaction. While profitable to the cybercriminals, such campaigns took time to reach a big scale. The WannaCry attack that happened in May, took ransomware to the next level by introducing worm-based compromise of machines. This Tuesday’s attacks, named Petrwrap or Petya are part of a natural evolution of ransomware technology and build on the techniques established by WannaCry.