by Mechelle Buys Du Plessis, Managing Director – UAE, Dimension Data


Internet of Things is rapidly expanding the attack surface of the digital enterprise and exposing it to enhanced risk levels not seen before. Deception technologies, artificial intelligence, Robo-hunters, are solutions for tomorrow's enterprise, Mechelle Buys Du Plessis, Managing Director – UAE, Dimension Data.

Airlines, airports look to artificial intelligence to revolutionize baggage management  


The smart use of technologies such as artificial intelligence is expected to revolutionize the management of baggage over the next decade, promising to make mishandled bags an increasingly rare event for passengers globally. This is according SITA’s Intelligent Tracking: A Baggage Management Revolution paper published today.

Wednesday, 07 March 2018 14:31

Four steps to sustainable printing for businesses

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By Jason Whiley, Director of Sales, Epson Middle East

Reducing paper waste in the office

A new annual report is published and you want to take a closer look, so you print the document and stack it on your desk. It takes its place atop the important supplier email you printed earlier. Is this behaviour you recognise in yourself and your colleagues?

Wednesday, 07 March 2018 14:27

Do businesses really buy green?

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By Jason Whiley, Director of Sales, Epson Middle East


Put the planet before PR

In recent years, the effect of half-hearted CSR programmes on customer opinion has thankfully dulled. Many business initiatives became artificial exercises in green washing – an easy opportunity for some good press, and a tick-box exercise for the PR department.

By Bal Krishen, CEO at Century Financial


‘Don't put all your eggs in one basket. If the handle breaks, All you got is scrambled eggs’.  Diversification is a concept understood by humans for a long time and this is probably true in all aspects of life. A farmer hedges his bets by going for multi-cropping and this helps him reduce the risks of depending on a single crop. Nowhere is the concept more relevant than in asset allocation, since this is closely related to a person’s long term financial goals.

By Sachin Bhardwaj, eHosting DataFort, Director, Marketing & Business Development


In today’s business environment, organizations need to adopt new technologies in order to expand their operations and improve productivity and customer experience. Even small to mid-size organizations will not be able to function, let alone scale-up their businesses without a strong IT infrastructure to support their growth. Many companies do not have the required resources to support a dedicated in-house IT team. Faced with mounting costs and an increasingly complex IT environment to manage, organizations are now more than ever looking at Managed IT Services as an alternative to in-house IT infrastructure management. 

Thursday, 22 February 2018 12:56

UAE Driving Culture: The ‘10 Golden Rules’

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The UAE is making good progress in increasing road safety and in reducing the number of accidents, injuries and fatalities on our roads. In the last 10 years the number of fatalities could be reduced by 50% to 525 in 2017. Despite of these commendable achievements, many remarks are made with regards to the lack of a positive driving culture, often in the context of the UAE being a melting pot of residents with diverse backgrounds.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 12:08

How safe are you around your smart TV?

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By Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET


The times when all that our TV sets could do was show us ‘regular’ TV stations are now over. These days, such ‘old-school’ TVs are increasingly being replaced with their ‘smart’ successors, which we can use for streaming video and audio, playing games, browsing the internet, and downloading and using apps – all of that thanks to their internet connectivity.

By Vikas Panchal, Business Head at Tally Solutions


Value-Added Tax (VAT) has been the subject of discussions, debates, reviews and opinions in 2017. The anxiety and fear that surrounded this term was not just extraneous, but placed unnecessarily. But with the onset of 2018, life moved on!

Words By Zaki Ameer, Founder, Dream Design Real Estate


As we close the books on Q4 of 2017 and reflect on the most recent quarter, it’s clear that major political events to the west, and OPEC oil controls limiting production, have put pressure on and spooked the UAE market. Why is it the market continued to weaken in 2017? The macroeconomics largely come down to world affairs and basic supply and demand.

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