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Etisalat Group and Intel Corporation collaborate to boost Digital Education Solutions in the Middle East

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Etisalat Group and Intel Corporation collaborate to boost Digital Education Solutions in the Middle East


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Middle East, Africa and Asia, has announced that it is collaborating with Intel Corporation to transform education solutions in the Middle East. The collaboration was announced at Bett 2015, which took place in London,

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Under the terms of the agreement, Intel is offering to leverage its expertise to support Etisalat in education transformation projects. Over the last 10 years, Intel worked with more than 100 governments worldwide to upgrade their schooling systems by providing students with access to the best education available.

Khalifa Al Shamsi, Chief Digital Services Officer at Etisalat Group, said: “This collaboration comes as part of Etisalat’s focus on strengthening its end-to-end solutions for the education sector. Innovative technologies like these help to form a holistic digital educational model that will sildenafil actavis 50mg benefit from Etisalat’s advanced infrastructure and leading cloud solutions.”

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the education sectors in the region looking to progressively align e-learning requirements, we are working to enable this transformation through leveraging the experience of our technology partners, and working with our regional customers to create the right structure, governance and policies to deliver a compatible world class digital education model.”

Intel education programs & solutions consist of a holistic approach including the adapted material, personalized software content and professional development for teachers. All these tools aim at

placing students at the center of the learning process and accelerating adoption of 21st century skills such as technology literacy, problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration and team work needed to succeed in a knowledge based economy.

“The right education experience can have a dramatic effect on students, inspiring them to become the dreamers and doers of tomorrow,” said Nassir Nauthoa, General Manager at Intel Corporation - Gulf Countries. “In the last decade Intel has made significant efforts to reach out to education professionals in an effort to transform the education

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Etisalat is engaged in this context to scale its education solutions –in the countries it is operating in; Evaluating, hosting and offering various Education Services

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and private schools and work with its partners to address opportunities in different countries through providing advanced integrated solutions.

The collaboration will also see both companies working towards deploying cloud-based Education services to be promoted to the education sector in the region.

Bett is the world’s leading learning technology event and has been bringing innovation and inspiration to the education sector for over 30 years. For 2015, the event runs from January 21 to 24 at comprar cialis sin receta ExCel London.





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Ecoplage brings its beach drainage technology to the Middle East

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Ecoplage brings its beach drainage technology to the Middle East


4136This year, the company is participating to the IWS exhibition to consolidate its presence on the Middle East market and settle new business opportunities. Ecoplage has implemented 7 systems in France and 1 in Dubaï in 2011 on the Madinat Al Jumeirah beach. This beach was suffering from severe erosion and was nourished regularly. 3 years after implementation, Ecoplage enabled to reduce the erosion significantly on this beach with no need for external sand nourishment.

Ecoplage is a French company which provides an ecological process against beach erosion coupled with the production and recovery of filtered sea water.
Discovered in 1982, the ecoplage system consists in placing drains under the beach, parallel to the coastline and linked to a pump station. It enhances water infiltration and deposit of sand, with no negative impact on the nearby coast or fauna and flora.



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Middle East alone will need to invest $18 billion in next 5 years in new pipelines and associated infrastructure

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Middle East alone will need to invest $18 billion in next 5 years in new pipelines and associated infrastructure


472The organizers of Tube Arabia, Metal Middle East and Arabia Essen Welding & Cutting (AEWC), said on the second day of the shows that GCC is expected to add more than 21,000 km over the next five years to its current pipeline network, approximately 14% of the global planned pipeline network of 161,000 km.

This was highlighted for trade visitors who attended the second day of the region’s top trade and industrial shows dedicated for sheet metal, welding, machine tools, die molds and tubes that runs at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre until Tuesday, 13 January.

Organisers added that, in addition to having the largest concentration of energy resources in the world, the Middle East alone would need to invest around $18 billion over the next five years in new pipelines and associated infrastructure, ensuring a high volume to weight ratio, according to International Energy Agency (IEA).

Satish Khanna, General Manager, Al Fajer Information and Services said Tube Arabia, Metal Middle East and AEWC have generated strong response, as the sectors are set for further growth due to increased demand.

He said: “Expansion of the region’s population and investments would require more and more manufacturers of metal products, mainly tubes and pipes and related solutions like welding. During the first two days, major decision makers visited the shows to explore potential trade deals and widen their knowledge about latest solutions and technologies.”

According to recent statistics, the UAE mills produce 500,000 Metric Tonnes per annum of tubes and pipes, of which 65% is exported to neighboring and international markets and 35% consumed internally.

Khanna added: “The UAE has manufacturing facilities to produce three times the local demand. With that in mind, more and more buyers from around the region find the UAE market a fertile buying spot, not only because it has the production capacity but also it enables transfer of new technologies to the region.”

Anil Chandwani, CEO, Ajmal steel Tubes and Pipes and Industries, one of UAE’s leading manufacturing companies, said: “We have decided to be part of Tube Arabia as it offers a chance for interacting with industry peers. This will help Ajmal to identify scope for betterment in all the fields to meet the market demand and expectations.”

“We produced 50,000 Metric Tonnes of pipes and tube across various types, including rebar, ERW pipe, galvanized pipes in the first three quarters of 2014. We understand that the UAE caters more to the export market due global demand. UAE exports 65 - 75 % of its production and consumes only 25- 35 %. We expect the market to be steadier in 2015, driven by globalization.”

Jeen Joshua, Group Exhibition Manager, Al Fajer Information and Services added: “We are delighted with the response we received so far at Tube Arabia, Metal Middle East and AEWC. We are expecting more deals to be signed on site on the remaining days of the show.”



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Advanced DNS Protection is the Need of the Hour for Middle East Telco Operators in the light of Etisalat Website Hacking

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Advanced DNS Protection is the Need of the Hour for Middle East Telco Operators in the light of Etisalat Website Hacking


459The Etisalat website was hacked into on Thursday, 18th December and persons visting the domain name Etisalat.ae were redirected to a Chinese site. Etisalat’s payment service - e4me.ae - was showing an error message– “Gateway Timeout.

Cherif Sleiman, General Manager, Middle East at Infoblox says that what we know for sure is that Etisalat’s Doman Name System (DNS) was compromised. Since Etisalat is the incumbent UAE operator that owns the Etisalat.ae domain, it was definitely an attack on Etisalat’s DNS and not another hub. They have been victimized by a DNS Cache poisoning exploit that basically involves inserting a false address record for an Internet domain into the DNS query. If the DNS server accepts the record, subsequent requests for the address of the domain are answered with the address of a server controlled by the attacker. For as long as the false entry is cached, incoming web requests and emails will go to the attacker’s address. There are many ways to accomplish this. New cache poisoning attacks such as the “birthday paradox” use brute force, flooding DNS responses and queries at the same time hoping to get a match on one of the responses and poison the cache.

Cache poisoning is one of 14 attack vectors on DNS infrastructure and perhaps the most dangerous DNS exploit today is the DNS Tunneling and this is a killer exploit as it allows attackers to bypass all security mechanisms an organization has put in place. DNS tunnelling involves tunneling another protocol through DNS port 53 – which is allowed if the firewall is configured to carry non-DNS traffic – for the purposes of data exfiltration. A free ISC-licensed tunneling application for forwarding IPv4 traffic through DNS servers is widely used in the kind of attack. Iodine is one of the most popular tools that is easily available and widely used for this attack. Some of our Service Provider customers have seen this being used to evade billing systems.

There are 2 possible motivations behind these attacks. The first is the pure joy of proving that a high profile organization (in this case Etisalat) is vulnerable and their systems can be compromised. And the second is malicious intent for financial gain. People logging onto a website that has been hacked are redirected to a malicious site that instantaneously downloads malicious code via the browser session in the form of botnets, advanced persistent threats (APTs) and malware into unsuspecting users’ devices – mobile phones, PCs and laptops and steals their data including sensitive information like user names and passwords through techniques like keyboard logging which tracks the keys struck on the keyboard secretly while the user is making an online banking transaction for example.

The code that is downloaded is perfectly legitimate code (with malicious intent) and as such will pass through through all the security measures that have been put in place, undetected. This can be likened to a person (with malicious intent) travelling with a legitimate passport and visa through airport immigration and then causing disruption once he enters the country. There could be no screening at the airport that could have detected the malicious intention.

Attacks like the one on Etisalat could definitely have been prevented. In the past 15 years, we have seen attack vectors move from the Desktop to Network and to the Application layer. In the past 18 months, DNS has become the latest target where DNS has become the second highest attack vector on the Internet slightly behind HTTP attacks. In fact DNS is projected to surpass HTTP to become the number one attack vector within the next 12 months. In the past year alone, DNS attacks have increased by more than 216 percent. In the same way that today companies cannot build networks without firewalls and intrusion prevention systems, we have entered an era where organizations can no longer build networks without DNS security.

There is currently only ONE effective way to address these DNS threats – directly from within the DNS servers themselves. DNS attacks cannot be handled by any of the traditional security technologies including Firewalls, intrusion technologies, etc. Only purpose-built products that provide Advanced DNS Protection (ADP) can address such attacks.


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FedEx Cares Campaign celebrated across the Middle East

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FedEx Cares Campaign celebrated across the Middle East


420FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. and the world’s largest express transportation company, recently concluded the 2014 FedEx Cares Campaign, its annual service month to benefit local communities. 124 FedEx team members across the UAE, Bahrain and Kuwait were involved in community outreach activities, clocking more than 680 hours of volunteer work.

FedEx Cares is an annual volunteering initiative, where FedEx team members and their families donate their personal time and effort by giving back to their local communities. In its fourth consecutive year in the Middle East, FedEx team members participated in various activities focused on the environment and society.

“The FedEx Cares Campaign highlights our commitment to being a great place to work, a thoughtful steward of the environment and a caring citizen in our local communities,” said David Ross, senior vice-president of FedEx Express Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa operations. “Our team members are passionate about sustainably connecting people and places while improving quality of life. This program is just one of many ways in which FedEx actively supports the UAE and its people.”

In the UAE, FedEx volunteers dedicated themselves to monitoring their environmental impact as well as contributing to societal development by:

Carpooling to reduce carbon footprint for a greener community.

Spending time with senior citizens at the Family Gathering Centre in Al Mamzar.

Engaging in creativity inspiring games with special needs children at the Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs.

Holding a crafts and baked good sale to raise funds for the Apnalaya organization which supports urban community development projects in the underprivileged neighborhoods of Mumbai.

The FedEx Cares Campaign in the Middle East complements the volunteer activities taking place globally. Over the past 10 years the program has expanded to nearly 400 cities around the world. In addition to thousands of volunteer hours each year, FedEx donated over $46 million in total contributions in 2013.  FedEx also utilizes its global logistics network to support people in need by providing critical relief supplies and services to communities impacted by natural disasters.

For more information about FedEx Cares Campaign and the FedEx commitment to volunteerism and the communities it serves, please visit about.van.fedex.com/citizenship_report.




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Gateway Launches New Transfers Booking Tool for Travel Agents in the Middle East

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Gateway Launches New Transfers Booking Tool for Travel Agents in the Middle East


4Gateway, an online hotel wholesaler providing Middle East agents with B2B booking solutions and dedicated customer care and support, has introduced an added ‘Transfers’ tool to streamline its existing booking services for travel agents in the Middle East.

“With Gateway’s continuous efforts to streamline online reservation systems, agents in the Middle East can now offer comprehensive travel packages that combine not only hotel reservations but also provide complementary on-ground airport and hotel transfers at highly competitive net prices. This new Transfers service now gives us an added advantage over our competitors in this region as before we did not have this option, said Shahjahan Sayed, Regional Sales Manager GCC & Middle East for Gateway.

Gateway’s ‘Transfers’ module integrates multiple rates into one system while also giving travel agents leverage in terms of adding profit mark-ups and by providing a variety of options between private or shared transfers facilities. As soon as the booking is made, the voucher can be printed off immediately and presented to the customer.

The UAE travel agents who already have access to the Gateway hotel reservation system can automatically receive free access to the Transfer tool while others can easily gain access by subscription at our Website or by contacting our sales department via Email.



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Cluttons LLP Selects Yardi Voyager 7S to Help Grow Operations in the Middle East

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Cluttons LLP Selects Yardi Voyager 7S to Help Grow Operations in the Middle East


444Cluttons LLP’s Middle East operations have selected Yardi Voyager® 7S to help expand real estate management services across the region. Cluttons will utilise the platform to underpin agency services for their residential, retail, office and industrial portfolios as well as supporting “off-the-plan” residential development sales.

Cluttons, a company that can trace its roots back to the mid-1700s, has grown to be one of the leading real estate management brands across Europe and the Middle East. “Our Middle East operations will initially work with Yardi to help manage unit and land sales,” comments Steve Morgan – Chief Executive. “Moving forward we will then be running the day-to-day property management operations of our mixed use portfolio on Voyager 7S.”

“We are extremely pleased that Cluttons has selected Voyager to support their real estate operations in the Middle East,” comments Neal Gemassmer – vice president international at Yardi Systems. “This is a reflection of the investment we have made within the Middle East, and it further demonstrates the power and flexibility in our solutions providing clients a single platform to help manage diverse portfolios.”


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Jotun Expands Reach in the Middle East with the Opening of the 2000th Multicolor Centre

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Jotun Expands Reach in the Middle East with the Opening of the 2000th Multicolor Centre


422Jotun, the leading regional paint manufacturer, has announced today the opening of its 2000th Multicolor Centre in the Middle East, India and Africa market. The opening of the inspirational centre in the Obhur district just north of Jeddah marks Jotun’s plans to further strengthen and expand its regional reach and distribution.

The milestone store was inaugurated by Mr. Odd Gleditsch j.r. & Mr. Odd Gleditsch d.y., Jotun’s Chairman of the Board and Peder Bohlin, Vice President of Jotun in the Middle East, India and Africa (MEIA) along with members of the regional and local management teams. Commenting on this achievement Bohlin said: “The Middle East has been one of Jotun’s strongest markets. We are extremely proud of the opening of the inspirational Multicolor Centre as it is testament to the success that has been achieved in the region. With the opening of our 2000th store, we not only enhance our distribution channels, but also become much more accessible to the existing and potential customers.”

This inauguration takes the number of Jotun stores in Saudi Arabia from 352 to 400 in 2014 alone. Jotun saw a similar growth pattern across the rest of the MEIA region. Following the opening of the 2000th Multicolor Centre in Saudi Arabia, Jotun plans to open an additional 350 stores in the region within the next two years.

The Jotun Multicolor Centre was first conceptualized in 1976 and made its way to the Middle East in the mid-1980s. The centre has evolved tremendously to now have over 7000 technologically advanced machines operating in 83 countries. The increase in number of homeowners across the region has given rise to the need for expansion.

Research shows that colour is the starting point when it comes to paint purchases. Homeowners will primarily be drawn to a colour and its functionality in a space before making the decision to purchase paint.

All of Jotun’s 2000 stores feature the different collections that Jotun has to offer including Fenomastic interior colour collection, Jotashield exterior paints, as well as the Lady Design collection. Customers will be taken through the variety of colours and different finishes by the trained in-store staff and leave equipped with the information required before they make a decision



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PlayZone™ to Bring Next Generation Mobile Gaming to Middle East

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PlayZone™ to Bring Next Generation Mobile Gaming to Middle East


4201PlayZone , a global mobile social gaming service, today announced its gaming services to bring advanced mobile social gaming to the Middle East, one of the most socially-engaged and highest smartphone penetrated regions in the world. PlayZone™ is a leading-edge social game store will launch to nearly 200 million mobile subscribers in the Middle East and North Africa region starting with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia) and United Arab Emirates (UAE) with rollout to more countries coming in the near future. The service also offers regional game developers a never-before unified access to 1 billion+ smart phones worldwide to distribute and monetize their games through PlayZone ecosystem.

Smartphone adoption in the Middle East is growing at an exponential rate. According to Nielson, UAE ranks #1 globally for smartphone penetration, with 85% penetration among UAE nationals. UAE is closely followed by #3 ranked Saudi Arabia, with 67% of the population 16 years and older owning smartphones. Smartphone ownership among Saudi Arabian youth (15 years and younger) is even higher at 73%. And with a large youth population, Saudi Arabia will remain a key smartphone usage market for years to come.

For game developers, PlayZone offers a massive new global distribution channel to monetize games. PlayPhone’s SDK enables secure direct carrier billing and maximum social game discovery capabilities. Social features include game recommendations, friend invites, leaderboards, achievements and brags, providing extreme virality and maximum revenue potential

PlayZone features newest gaming platform update, providing the most advanced mobile social gaming features on the market today. Gamers are typically just one tap or one swipe away from their most desired actions, delivering what is ultimately a more immersive gaming experience. For example, gamers are able to see what friends are playing; download the game if they don’t already have it; and challenge them – all with one tap.

PlayZone’s game stores enable customers of all carriers to discover, download and play a wide variety of the latest popular games with friends from around the world in a single app. The platform offers secure direct carrier billing and is personalized to each player’s gaming habits and their friends’ habits, enabling instant connections to play and share favorite games together.

“Mobily is thrilled to partner with PlayZone to bring an unparalleled mobile social gaming experience to Middle Eastern gamers” said Khalid Al Kaf, CEO of Mobily. “We are constantly looking for ways to enhance our customer experience, so offering the world’s most popular games with never-before social features to an already social-engaged user base”.

“Not only does PlayZone offer Mobily a real stake in the mobile gaming business, it allows PlayPhone to expand to the Middle East,” said Anders Evju, CMO of Playphone during Playzone launch event in Dubai. “This is the perfect audience to take advantage of our newest social gaming experience.”


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Middle East experts provide insight into the future of money at Mobile Money & Digital Payments Global 2014 Conference

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Middle East experts provide insight into the future of money at Mobile Money & Digital Payments Global 2014 Conference


494Many leading experts from the Middle East on the future of payments and those well-known in the area will be among an impressive cast of fascinating speakers from across the globe at this year’s Mobile Money & Digital Payments Global Conference, taking place from 18 - 20 November 2014 at Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent in Turkey.

Hundreds of delegates from all over the world will be gathering in Istanbul to learn about the latest thinking on how we may be paying for goods and services next year and in 2024, and what needs to be done by banks, retailers, mobile networks and technology suppliers to make these ideas reality.

The first day of the two-day conference will launch with a session on Creating a Global Cashless Society with Michael Wakileh, CEO of ProgressSoft Corporation and Ziad Al Refai, executive director of Tamweelcom in Jordan taking part in the panel.

Rajiv Bhatia, head of mobile commerce sales, EMEA for Ericsson will then lead a discussion on Mobile Money: Innovation & Growth opportunities and Rambert Namy, group head MFS for Ooredoo will oversee a debate on Interoperability: An MNO perspective of the motivations and challenges.

Branchless banking initiatives and a bank and regulatory view of one of the world’s most progressive ecosystems will be covered in Spotlight on Pakistan featuring senior executives from the Banking Policy and Regulation Group for the State Bank of Pakistan.

In addition, Rajeev Mahajan, director of digital and mobile banking for Barclays India will lead the discussion on Is NFC dead?

Michael Seaman, event director of the Mobile Money & Digital Payments Global Conference, comments: “This major global event will provide inspiring ideas and answers to key questions for banks, retailers and businesses - from how to create a global cashless society and what’s in store for payments in 2015 to opportunities in next generation payments and the emerging cryptocurrency markets. It offers valuable new insights into the new world of this fundamental element of society.”



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