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08 Jul

Our 25 top MENA and global ICT stories from Q2 2013

by Damian Radcliffe

The last three months have seen the publication of a number of detailed research reports looking at the ICT experience of users in the Middle East. These include: New data on MENA Internet usage, The publication of the 5th Arab Social Media Report, A report into Arab Media Use which demonstrated how social networks (and […]

16 Aug

Digital Digest, Volume 3 – 22 new stories and developments you won’t want to miss!

by Damian Radcliffe

Another month, another Digital Digest.   Before we all break for Eid, here’s a chance to get up to date with the latest developments from the Middle East, as well as wider global trends and ideas which may be of interest to our region. As always, please feel free to share these slides. You can […]

26 Jul

4th Arab Social Media Report:10 key points for Qatar

by Damian Radcliffe

Last week the Dubai School of Government published a raft of interesting data about social media usage in our region. In addition to Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn is included for the first time. In this post I have summarized ten key data points relating to Qatar. These stats show how Facebook continues to dominate social media usage […]

10 Feb

Qatar Really Likes Facebook

by Brian Wesolowski

More than 30% of people in Qatar have a Facebook account and Qatar is among the fastest growing countries in terms of new users per capita (almost a 15% increase in 2010). To say Qatar really likes Facebook may actually be an understatement. A new report from the Dubai School of Government, the Arab Social […]