Highlighting the role of ICT for a cleaner and sustainable future, Huawei hosted the Better World Summit (BWS), bringing industry stakeholder together to share and discuss the company’s innovative solutions designed to help industries reduce emission and energy use.

Read more: Huawei’s ‘Green ICT for Green Development’ Summit puts renewed focus on sustainable future

NetEvents organised a virtual event titled ‘Industry Leaders Round-Table: Innovative networking strategies to accelerate your competitive edge’ where Industry CIO/CTO shared their views and varied approaches for improving current network infrastructure to benefit their business.

Read more: Optimization of end-to-end network key for interoperability across verticals

Gitex Global Leaders Vision event heard Africa’s leaders talk about the digital transformation taking place in the continent. The session ‘Vision Africa’ aimed at highlighting the shared visions of creating an integrated and inclusive digital society and economy with a unified goal to improve the quality of life of citizens through economic empowerment, diversification and growth.

Read more: Building ICT cooperation with our neighbours: a fundamental strategy, says Egypt’s minister

Keeping an old concept relevant in today’s business landscape, social, mobile, analytics, and cloud (SMAC) are still the key pillars of digital transformation. The more the consumers get hooked to what they see online on smaller screens, the more enterprises are pushed to innovate the massive amount of available data for better experience and solutions.

Read more: Businesses go digital: Social, mobile, analytics, cloud

Urban environments are transforming, thanks to the powers of technology and data being harnessed to make cities safer, smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable. Considering the current situation we are in, Aziza Akhmouch, head of the cities, urban policies, and sustainable development Division, OECD said that “the pandemic is going to accelerate the rethinking of cities and how we live.”

Read more: Safe, smart, seamless: Cities in the digital economy

The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) have completed its preparations to participate in GITEX Technology Week 2021. TDRA will manage the unified Digital Government stand that hosts 19 federal government entities.

Read more: TDRA to present a unified stand at GITEX Technology Week 2021

The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) announced that more than 1.7 million mobile phone numbers have been transferred between licensees since the launch of the service back in 2013, while the number of porting requests from the beginning of this year until the end of late August reached nearly 200,000. This turnout reflects TDRA’s success in delivering services and initiatives that contribute to raising customer satisfaction and happiness.

Read more: 1.7 million mobile numbers ported between service providers, says TDRA

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