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Huawei founder hits back… “There’s no way the US can crush us”

Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, insisted that the US cannot crush the tech firm, as he hit back against criminal indictments levelled at the firm and allegations that it poses a security threat. Zhengfei-whose daughter Meng Wanzhou is a fellow senior Huawei executive, is among those charged by US prosecutors-told the BBC that the …

Daily News Egypt

AI creates new skills gap in cybersecurity: study

The cybersecurity skills shortage has long been a problem, according to recent report by the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) which found that the gap in skills shortage is growing. The report found that IT groups have once again stated cybersecurity skills represent the biggest area they experience a problematic skills shortage in. The percentage of …

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Ericsson, Intel develop next-generation software defined infrastructure for 5G era

Ericsson and Intel Corporation have begun a multi-year collaboration to align ongoing development efforts in software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and Intel Rack Scale Design. The resulting next-generation infrastructure management platform will deliver a new level of cloudlike agility, transparency, and efficiency required for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud, and 5G. Many communications service providers have …

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NTRA licences Etisalat Misr to provide triple-play services in compounds

The National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) has granted the mobile network operator, Etisalat Misr, a triple-play telecom licence that allows the firm to provide mobile and landline services, high-speed broadband, and fiber-optic TV services. NTRA’s Acting Executive President, Mostafa Abdel Wahed, and CEO of Etisalat Misr, Hazem Metwally, has singed the license agreement. “We are …

Ahmed Lamloum

School of the big city: electronic learning system, diagnostics in VR

“School is an absolutely open system, open to parents, teachers, organisations from the outside. Schools initiate collaborations with businesses, scientific, and cultural institutions, urban projects. Moscow is a big city for education,” said Pavel Kuzmin, firector of the Moscow Center for Quality of Education and programme director of the “City for Education” forum. It is …

Daily News Egypt

Accept for Technology, Payments partners with valU for online instalments

The Accept for Technology and Payments announced a partnership agreement with valU, specialised in payment-on-instalment programmes, to avail the latter as an alternative payment method for online stores. The agreement offers online access to valU’s client base and selling proposition that allows consumers to pay on instalments over tenures between 3 and 24 months. “We …

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VR technology revolutionises house design

Virtual Reality (VR) started to change gaming, music, and even the medical field, and it can now change architecture and the way architects create their designs. The VR was slowly adopted in many architectural fields, revolutionising the sector that used to be stable in the 21st century culture. For the uninitiated, the VR is a …

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Planned cybersecurity centre will monitor any digital fraud in banks

The Head of Payment Systems at the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), Ehab Nasr, said the CBE works within a large team in the government regarding digital transformation under the umbrella of the National Council of Payments. “The bank works within a general framework to produce a national payment card ‘Meza card’. We aim to …

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Uber users face technical problems in Cairo

Many users of Uber, the US based ride-hailing application, said they experienced technical problems in using the service. The company has not yet revealed the reasons behind this issue. “It doesn’t work. Both Uber website and app are down. I don’t know what is going on,” an Uber user, who has faced some problems in …

Ahmed Lamloum

Hackers attack targets in Middle East through Google Drive via Excel documents

Researchers at 360’s Threat Intelligence Centre (360 TIC) identified attacks carried out by a group called DarkHydrus advanced persistent threat (APT), against targets in the Middle East of political value, luring them with Excel documents laced with malicious VBA code (macro). Macro are disabled by default in the Microsoft Office suite for security reasons, and …

Ahmed Lamloum