Monthly : November 2014

26 Nov

3D Printing for Social Good

by شهد دولة

It might seem a little sci-fi and futuristic to some, but 3D printing is not at all a thing of the future. There is already a plethora of 3D printing uses today, from cars and houses to prosthetic limbs. However, although the majority of 3D printers remain expensive and not affordable to the general public, […]

19 Nov

Doha to Host ITU Telecom World 2014 in December

by Kummam Al Maadeed

The past fifty years have witnessed the inception of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the huge leap mankind took in its development. This led to the need for an international organization to support the growth in this field and to ease the access to these types of technologies across the globe. The International Telecommunication […]

13 Nov

Poodle Hastened the Death of SSL v3.0

by Sami El-Kady

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) allows sensitive information, such as credit card numbers and login credentials, to be transmitted securely to the server to process a transaction. Normally, information sent between browser and web server in plain text format that leaves your data vulnerable to attackers. This means, if an attacker could intercept data sent between […]

05 Nov

5 Top Digital Developments from MENA in Q3 2014

by منى يونس

The third quarter of 2014 witnessed a series of interesting developments in the field of ICT within the MENA region. In our latest quarterly Digital Digest, we shed light on some of those developments. Social Media Of particular note, “We Are Social” released a rich report on the digital landscape within the MENA region. Here […]