If there is someone whose views in house hunting we should be relying on, it would be of an expert who knows what and how to build them, whose expertise is to add value to the property through a design that will save you money and from a heartache, someone who knows what materials to use and why. Nebojša Zaklan, an architect by profession and serves as a Partner and Chief Creative Officer at Case3D, a global real estate marketing consultancy offering property visualization solutions for property developers, shares some tips on what to look for when purchasing a house and making it your home.

Tuesday, 09 October 2018 07:30

Print 2025: Making the World a Smarter Place

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By Lawrence Lee, Vice President, Incubation and Strategy, Xerox

 

Digital printing’s introduction sparked colossal change and an industry make-over, but it’s a drop in the big blue ocean compared to what’s on the horizon, transforming the way in which we think about printing and what it can do. Digital graphics printing, functional printing, and 3D structural printing are the future of printing, covering everything from smart packaging to on-demand manufacturing, and the benefits will be felt widely across our society.

By: Mohammed Al-Moneer, Regional Director, MENA at A10 Networks

 

We’ve all heard about the benefits of cloud infrastructure: improved productivity, cost savings, efficiency, agility and a host of other buzzwords that paint cloud as the be all and end all for IT.

Words by Ebraheem Al Samadi, CEO of Al Samadi Group and Forever Rose

 

A large body of research has been conducted on how best to integrate millennials into the workplace, including understanding how they think and the best ways in which to manage and motivate them. According to research, by 2025 millennials will make up a whopping seventy-five percent of the global workforce, and with that, will become pivotal in the success of companies globally. So as this dynamic and tech-savvy generation infiltrates the modern workplace, managing the millennial mindset becomes more critical than ever. Ensuring their unique skill sets are effectively utilised, professional aspirations are fulfilled and interests are nurtured will directly impact a company's bottom line.

By John Hultquist, Director of Intelligence Analysis at FireEye

 

Close access operations, like the ones exposed today, are reminders of the considerable resources available to nation states. We identified APT28 using these operations previously, when they penetrated the network of a European hotel.

Wednesday, 03 October 2018 18:27

Protecting People from Bullying and Harassment

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By Antigone Davis, Global Head of Safety


Everyone deserves to feel safe on Facebook, and it's important that we help people who encounter bullying and harassment online. Today, we're introducing new tools and programs so people can better control unwanted, offensive or hurtful experiences on Facebook.

By: Lars Herrmann, general manager, Workload Strategy for Cloud Platforms, Red Hat

 

In many ways, age brings refinement. Wine, cheese, and, in some cases, people, all improve as they grow older. But in the world of enterprise IT, age has a different connotation. Aged systems and software, can bring irrelevance and technical debt and, at worst, increased security risks. With the rise of Linux containers as a functional underpinning to the digitally-transforming enterprise, the ill effects of technological age are front and center.

Sunday, 30 September 2018 13:52

Top 10 tips for moving out of your apartment or villa

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By mplus+, property maintenance experts

 

They say moving house is one of the most stressful things you can do in your life, so if you are planning a move, some strong friends and expert advice can help you get through it. Marc Daly, general manager of leading UAE-based property maintenance company, mplus+ provides these helpful tips on what to look out for when making your next big move, together with some useful ideas to ensure it all goes to plan.

By Dr. Richard Ford, Chief Scientist, Forcepoint

 

First, I think it’s great that Facebook appears to have reacted so quickly, as it’s a sign of the growing maturity around breach response that we’re starting to see as GDPR comes into effect. Understanding if there was a pattern to the impacted accounts versus just random selection is the difference between someone trying to hack the system for fun or a coordinated nation-state attack that compromises specific users to ultimately gain access to sensitive data.

By Jamal Al Jassmi, General Manager of the Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies (EIBFS)

 

The banking sector in the UAE plays a fundamental role in fueling the country’s economy and supporting the government’s Emiratization initiatives.

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