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By admin Friday, September 13th, 2013
On the 13th Sep 2013, Pan Arab Al Mustqbal, wrote:
By admin Thursday, March 8th, 2012
On the 8th March 2012 , Abu-Dhabi based The National , wrote :
Superyachts put on ships to thwart pirates
By admin Thursday, March 8th, 2012
On the 8th March 2012, Abu Dhabi -Based Al-ittihad , wrote :
751 Exhibitors Participates in Dubai International Boat Show
This year’s 20th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show will celebrate the rich history and incredible growth of the regional maritime industry, bringing together the ‘who’s who’ in the vast sector from across five continents.
By admin Monday, February 27th, 2012
On the 27th Feb 2012, Kuwait – based Al-Anbaa, wrote:
BIG SPENDERS EXPECTED TO FLOCK TO DUBAI INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW
Keen interest from the Middle East’s high net worth individuals (HNWI) is predicted at the 20th Dubai International Boat Show where major luxury brands and equipment will be showcased next month. The show runs from March 13 to 17 at the Dubai International Marine Club. A total of 750 exhibitors from over 40 countries will attend.
By admin Tuesday, November 15th, 2011
On the 15th Nov, Dubai-Based Al-Bayan, wrote:
Trend Micro Releases Findings From Global Consumer Technology Use and Security Survey Focused on Parents and Kids
Trend Micro released the findings of its Global Consumer Technology Use and Security Study. Conducted across seven countries including Australia, Brazil, France, India, Japan, the U.K., and the U.S., the survey asked 1,419 parents on how their kids access the Internet and the steps they take to protect and educate them about staying safe online.
By admin Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
By admin Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
On the 4th of October 2011 , Dubai-Based Emaratelyoum, wrote:
GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2011 – SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD’S LATEST IT TRENDS
Strongest Ever Line Up with Brand New Sectors and Leading Technology Gurus
The event, which runs from 9 – 13 October at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC), connects more than 130,000 industry professionals from five continents with over 3,500 suppliers. Under the 2011 theme of “Redefine the Future” GITEX maintains and enhances its status of the region’s only finger-on-the-pulse ICT event that not only provides practical solutions, but drives the investment that helps to make the Middle East a competitive technology market.
By admin Sunday, October 2nd, 2011
On the 2nd October 2011 , Dubai – Based Al-Bayan , wrote :
LACK OF AWARENESS IN DIGITAL MARKETING
A MAJOR BARRIER TO MIDDLE EAST BUSINESSES
Industry Leaders Provide Essential Insights at Brand New GITEX Digital Marketing Initiative
Digital marketing is capturing the imagination of Middle Eastern businesses, revolutionising client engagement and unlocking increasingly innovative ways to boost the bottom line. But according to research published this week by Dubai based research company Real Opinions, 37% of businesses say their organisation’s use of digital marketing is poor and a further 30% claim that effective and accurate assessment of return on investment is inadequate.
By admin Saturday, September 17th, 2011
On the 17th September 2011, Qatar-Based Al Sharq, wrote:
Trend Micro Announces the Next Generation Mobile Security Solution for Android
Trend Micro, Inc. (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704) a global cloud security leader and long-time innovator in mobile security, has today announced the latest addition to Trend Micro’s Mobile arsenal, Trend Micro™ Mobile Security – Personal Edition. The solution is designed to protect both smartphones and tablets that use the Google Android operating system, and includes a free app scanner, lost device protection and enhanced security to block threats while surfing the web, calling or texting.
By admin Thursday, September 15th, 2011
On the 15th September 2011 , Dubai-based Alrroya ِِAleqtissadiya, wrote :
GLOBAL TELECOMS LEADERS CONVERGE ON DUBAI
Global Insights and Innovations at Unique Middle East Telecom Symposium
As the Middle East prepares to roll out the next generation of Long Term Evolution (LTE) and 4G telecoms technology, the implications for the industry and consumers are vast. Within 18 months, 4G could change the face of the region’s communication platforms to meet the growing demands of a booming population, data security, communications and reliability.