Technology

Acronis, a global leader in new generation data protection, today announced the availability of Acronis Access Advanced 7.2 – the latest version of its mobile file access, sync and share solution for enterprises. The new Acronis Access Advanced enhances security and privacy functionality and is now integrated with Microsoft Intune Mobile Application Management (MAM). Acronis Access Advanced also includes built-in support for popular content management and storage systems, and has a redesigned user interface for Apple® iOS devices.

Wacom Co., Ltd, announced that Lenovo has adopted Wacom’s unique “Active ES” pen technology, a capacitive pen solution for their new creative mobile workstation, the ThinkPad P40 Yoga.

Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa has announced the proposing of a new photographic experience in Panasonic Cameras through a new technological function ‘Post Focus’ that enables users to select in-focus area after shooting with easy operation. It allows multiple shots with different focus points with a single shutter release to choose from. It also enhances creative freedom in photography, even enabling more precise focusing in macro shots. Best shots with perfect focus on the desired part of the image are always available.

His Excellency Dr. Rashid Ahmed Bin Fahad, Minister, Ministry of Environment and Water, honored Khaled Al Awar, a student from Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa University, at the Ministry’s headquarters in Dubai. Khaled designed the game, ‘Abher,’ a highly interactive game on fishing that has received overwhelming response since its launch in GITEX 2015 last October. The game, which was especially designed for fishing enthusiasts, works on smartphones and tablets and includes the latest standards and guidelines for fishing in the UAE.

Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) has today (Tuesday, November 24, 2015) unveiled a mobile app that brings the capabilities of the university’s ‘Smart Campus’ virtual campus to smart phone users. The app can run on Android- and iOS-supported devices and is designed to be fully compatible with wearable technologies. H.E. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and Chairman of the Coordination Council of Higher Education, personally launched the app and saw its first notifications on a smart watch during the Higher Education and Research Policies Forum hosted by HBMSU.