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Digital Transformation in the Education Space: A Review of the Impact of New Technologies on Middle East Education

Middle East, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates - August 2 2019 The Middle East Education sector is undergoing huge transformative change as technology is adopted and applied at incredible speed. This article...

Fiona Robertson, Krishna Jhala, Amy Land-Pejoska, Martin Hayward, Zil Ur Rehman, Nick O' Connell, Andrew Fawcett.

Tech Projects Gone Wrong: Effectively Managing Disputes

Global - April 6 2019 Effective management of tech contracting disputes can protect your organisation from an array of losses, both financial and reputational...

Connected Cars, Autonomous Vehicles and Legal Potholes

United Arab Emirates - October 31 2018 As connected cars become the norm and the mainstream rollout of autonomous vehicles gains traction, new legal issues and risks are emerging. This is...

What Vision 2030 Means for the Information and Communication Technology Sector in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia - July 17 2017 Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 is the Kingdom’s vision for the future. It is an ambitious blueprint setting out long-term goals and expectations. The...

Cyber Attacks will make you WannaCry

Middle East - July 17 2017 A ‘cyber attack’ is commonly defined as the use of malicious code to manipulate or disrupt a computer system. In the past, cyber attacks were mostly...