Keri Allan

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Keri Allan is a freelance journalist and editor who has been covering the engineering and technology sector for over 15 years, writing for titles including E&T Magazine, The Engineer and Arabian Computer News.

Why universities are crucial to the growth of the Middle East's tech hub

Training and Development

Why universities are crucial to the growth of the Middle East's tech hub

Science and technology universities in the Middle East are providing the technical research, talent and entrepreneurial spirit necessary for the region to become...

How the Internet of Medical Things is set to revolutionise healthcare

Healthcare

How the Internet of Medical Things is set to revolutionise healthcare

We take a look at the technologies behind the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), the ways IoMT looks set to improve the treatment of patients and the challenges...

Dark net criminals hone in on enterprises

Cybercrime

Dark net criminals hone in on enterprises

Enterprises are facing more risks from the dark net - this is according to a new study, which reports that in the last three years there has been a 20% rise in dark...

Latin America's IT disparity

IT Planning & Management

Latin America's IT disparity

We take a look at the state of IT innovation, skills and training across Latin America, the challenges different countries face and who's instigating positive change…...

Future-proofing the Middle East

Business Management

Future-proofing the Middle East

Business leaders in the Middle East admit to lagging behind when it comes to future-proofing their organisations' capabilities. But how can they overcome challenges...

AI in Chinese banking and finance

Artificial Intelligence

AI in Chinese banking and finance

China's banking and finance sector is heavily investing in AI. The country wants to be a global leader in this technology by 2030, but with the five main banking...

On-premise servers are here to stay

Servers

On-premise servers are here to stay

A new report highlights that almost all businesses still run on-premise servers and just shy of two thirds plan to upgrade their on-premise hardware in the next...

Rehab for hackers: Convincing young cybercriminals to trade the black hat for white

Cybercrime

Rehab for hackers: Convincing young cybercriminals to trade the black hat for white

Can you rehabilitate a young cybercriminal? Several schemes are attempting to do just that via workshops, education and internships. We take a look at these schemes...

UAE joins a global network shaping the fourth industrial revolution

Networking & Communications

UAE joins a global network shaping the fourth industrial revolution

The UAE is set to play an important role in shaping the future of technology governance, having received a World Economic Forum fellowship to launch the Emirates...

Training and certification for a cloud native world

Cloud Computing

Training and certification for a cloud native world

Kubernetes and Cloud Native is a fast-growing area -- who should be getting training, how can certification help companies, and what skills should be focused on?...

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