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Find out what are the Top 5 hospitality tech trends in 2016 so far

April 25, 2016 By Emma Procter

ACCORDING TO a report by the people at the upcoming The Hotel Show 2016 in Dubai, there are some definite tech trends for the hospitality sector to watch out for. Check them out here: 1. Virtual Reality (VR) VR is the next big thing for consumers with

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Gunnebo to provide security for UAE Nuclear Power Plant

By Emma Procter

SWEDEN – The Gunnebo Group has received an order worth MSEK 20 to supply entrance security solutions to a nuclear power plant being built by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) in the UAE. Delivery and installation is planned for during the second and third quarters of

LiveWatch's video security package was named the best home security system. (PRNewsFoto/LiveWatch Security)

Chicago tech startup named best in home security

By SSN Gulf Staff

US – LiveWatch, a Chicago-based alarm company, was recently named the best home security dealer in a comprehensive review of wireless security systems conducted by leading technology blog Engadget. Engadget tested professionally monitored wireless alarm systems from six leading home security companies and named LiveWatch’s Total

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Renting a vacation property? How to find those hidden cameras…

By SSN Gulf Staff

US – In a recent post on popular tech website Kim Komando – aka ‘America’s Digital Goddess – a writer describes how during a recent vacation Komando rented a place through Airbnb. As she was looking around the house she noticed it had a number of wireless

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Urgent call for regulators to address the burning issue of building fire safety

By SSN Gulf Staff

UAE – Over the past few years a spate of serious building facade fires has triggered a global debate on the quality of fire safety regulations and standards for buildings, particularly in high-rise buildings. From China to France and Germany to the UAE, whilst the specific causes

New US system finds security flaws in popular web apps

April 18, 2016 By SSN Gulf Staff

US – US researchers have created a new system that can quickly comb through tens of thousands of lines of application code to find security flaws in popular web-based apps, reports The Economic Times (India). The system, developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), uses a

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Risky business: Why #GenMobile’s mobile lifestyle can ruin security for your organisation  

By SSN Gulf Staff

  Sabahat Nasim (pictured), Channel Sales Manager – Gulf at  Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company gives a warning to business owners after a study revealed the mobile generation could be putting their employers at risk… ——————— AS IF IT departments and business heads don’t already have enough headaches,

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DarkMatter cyber security firm opens R&D centre in Toronto

By SSN Gulf Staff

UAE – DarkMatter, a cyber security firm in the UAE, has opened a research and development (R&D) centre in Toronto, Ontario (Canada). The facility will focus on the advancement of the company’s secure communications technologies and will work in concert with the company’s R&D centre in the