Friday 20 July 2018

IMS, commercial VoLTE ‘key to 5G voice solution’

Deploying the IMS (IP multimedia subsystem) and accelerating the commercial use of VoLTE are the only way to move towards Vo5G (Voice over 5G), said Huawei in its newly released Vo5G Technical White Paper. Based on the development of Vo5G standard and the voice and video codec st


Consumers seeking education in AI, says study

Consumers lack a full understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and are looking to businesses, government and academia for education, according to a new report from FleishmanHillard, a leader in the public relations sector. The report highlights that 61 per cent of all those


Global life sciences market on track to hit $1.5trn

Healthcare digitization and consumerization, the explosion of patient data, and the emergence of value-based reimbursement models, are driving the global life sciences industry towards the $1.5 trillion milestone, a report said. The convergence of biopharmaceuticals, drug deliver


Kids spend 2-1/2 hours a day on Smart devices: study

The increase in access to technology and its use by children has been one of the rising concerns among parents globally. Close to 9 in 10 children across UAE and Saudi Arabia have access to tablets, smartphones or other handheld electronic devices with screens, a new YouGov research reveals.&


Six success factors of digital transformation

Companies that operate exclusively online have almost universally embraced digital transformation, said Fujitsu, a provider of IT products and services for the global marketplace, in a new report, highlighting the six success factors of digital transformation. Meanwhile, two-thir


Lack of women in executive ranks of top UK firms

Despite progress in female representation on non-executive board positions, a report by Cranfield School of Management has identified the lack of women in executive roles on boards of the UK’s leading companies. The report by the exclusively postgraduate university has crit


World energy needs for cooling to rise five times by 2050

The soaring global need for cooling by 2050 could see world energy consumption for cooling increase five times as the number of cooling appliances quadruples to 14 billion, according to a new report by the University of Birmingham, UK.   This new report sets out


Labour reforms could raise jobs rate in OECD countries

Bringing labour market policy settings in OECD countries up to those of leading countries raises the aggregate employment rate by 6.5 percentage points by 2040, mostly via higher youth and female employment, helping to promote inclusiveness, a report said. Combined with reforms t


Something Phishy: How to identify and avoid phishing scams

Phishing is one of the most common attack vectors for hackers who exploit end-user behaviour as the weakest link in an organizations cyber-defence. For years, criminals have disguised attacks in emails and today we see phishing emails as a primary delivery method for ransomware payloads.

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