Elm announced today that IBM has been selected as the strategic partner for the integration of the blockchain technology to facilitate government services and transactions to better serve customers digitally
Philips and AOC of brand of monitors today announced that they have partnered with Riyadh based distributor, New Solutions Trading to distribute both the respective brands of monitor across the length and breadth of the Kingdom.
Huawei announced the availability of world’s one and only internet router with CAT9 technology in Saudi Arabia. The new HUAWEI B715 router is launched to its customers in Riyadh City in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at Zain official stores.
Leading distributor for IT products in Saudi Arabia, Al Falak partnered with IT security solutions provider ESET to promote and distribute ESET’s Endpoint Protection; Data Protection and Technology Alliances to meet the growing customer demand among businesses in the kingdom.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to boost economic growth in the United Arab Emirates by 1.6 percentage points and add US$182 billion to the national economy by 2035, according to a recent report by Accenture. The report looked at 15 industries in the UAE and 13 in Saudi Arabia to determine the potential sector-specific impact of AI on the economies of the Middle East.
Accenture has appointed Khaled Al-Dhaher as country managing director for Saudi Arabia, effective immediately. Al-Dhaher will be responsible for managing operations and driving Accenture’s digital consulting strategy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Huawei unveiled its new notebook “HUAWEI MateBook X Pro” for users in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during a launch event held in the capital city of Riyadh. It is the first notebook to feature the HUAWEI FullView Display.
HP KSA Ltd announced the appointment of Narayanan Venkataraman as Managing Director for Saudi Arabia, where he will be responsible for driving the company’s PC and print business besides driving the business strategy in the kingdom.
In 2017, Saudi Arabia’s education sector was most affected by malware, followed by government, and telecommunications. Other sectors also affected were healthcare, manufacturing, and oil & gas. Furthermore, of the 1.7 billion known ransomware threats globally in 2017, the Kingdom accounted for 0.55%.