Tadweer (the Center of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi) organized “Your Happiness is Our Goal” initiative at Al Ain Centre for Care and Rehabilitation by its Al Ain Branch, the initiative targeted the disabled people who require special care and attention from all members of the society. This initiative comes as part of a series of community initiatives that Tadweer has committed to implement in collaboration with the concerned entities and organizations.

The 9th annual Play for Life Football Tournament came to a close Thursday night with Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi being crowned champions of the corporate tournament.

In a move towards making the public more aware of the campaign to fight cybercrimes, the National Computer Emergency Response Team of the UAE's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) showcased the latest practices, technologies and security procedures to help ensure digital security during its recent participation at this year's edition of the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC), the Middle East region's most important IT security exhibition and conference.

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA)’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team (aeCERT) recently underscored the role of cyber security in ensuring public safety amid rapid developments in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector and growing incidents of harmful cyber-attacks. aeCERT also emphasized the need to raise more public awareness and educate society about information security, the attack risks and prevention methods. It made this statement during its participation at the 2016 Cyber Security Summit in Prague, Czech Republic organized to reinforce international collaboration in cyber security and discuss proactive measures to ensure the highest levels of safety and security.

Students from five UAE schools faced off in the final round of the first edition of Uber’s ‘Future of Schools’ competition yesterday. Organized by Uber, in collaboration with The General Secretariat of The Executive Council of Dubai (TEC), the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) and Dubai Education Zone (DEZ), the competition challenged students to present creative solutions to the question that educators - both on a local and global level - grapple with on a daily basis: “How do we make learning more innovative and inclusive for all?”.