A comprehensive nationwide survey by the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority (SBA) has revealed that television viewership and radio listenership stood at a high 93.2 percent in Sharjah, compared to 91.7 percent in the UAE as a whole.
The Joint Surveying Committee for Minor Traffic Accidents in Sharjah, formed by the Sharjah Police General Command, in cooperation with Rafid Automotive Solutions, announced that 3,230 minor traffic accidents were recorded on various roads of the emirate from August 29 to September 9, during the back-to-school period.
In the past 30 years, Dubai has become a city synonymous with bold, dynamic developments that have continually reinvented the art of the possible. The future evolution of Expo 2020 Dubai – District 2020 – is the latest incarnation of that relentless pursuit of innovation and new design thinking, showing the rest of the world what the future will look like, today.
98 percent of IT decision makers working in banks and financial service institutions (FSIs) in Saudi Arabia are under pressure to level up their security protocols, according to new research from Citrix. This comes as 79 percent see IT security risks in the industry increasing since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Government is most likely to be pressurising organisation to increase security, with 62 percent of IT pros reporting pressure from this group, followed by customers and employees (49% each), and shareholders (35%).
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting, and business solutions organization, published its global study titled ‘Where, How and What Leaders Will Compete With in the New Decade: Findings from the TCS 2021 Global Leadership Study’, based on a survey of 1,200 CEOs and senior executives. The study reveals a sharp divide in the digital strategies of better performing companies (Leaders) versus the laggards (Followers), including unexpected insights such as: 80% of Leaders are more willing to collaborate with competitors compared to Followers (23%).