Interactive Intelligence Group, a provider of software and services designed to improve customer experience, has signed a deal with Riyadh-based National Company for Business Solutions (NCBS) as an ‘Elite’ partner.
The US is quietly expanding the number of intelligence officers in Iraq and holding urgent meetings in Washington and Baghdad to find ways to counter growing violence by Islamic militants, U.S. government sources said.
Researchers have found a gene linking intelligence to the thickness of so-called "grey matter" in the brain, and say their discovery could help scientists understand how and why some people have learning difficulties.
The intelligence services of some Western countries opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have visited Damascus to discuss security cooperation with his government, Syria's deputy foreign minister said in remarks broadcast on Wednesday
Interactive Intelligence Group, a global provider of software and services, has added three vice president positions to cloud communications infrastructure, service and support.
Ray Cappola, Jose Martinez, and Steven Vaughan will
Saudi Arabia's intelligence chief has said the kingdom will make a "major shift" in dealings with the United States in protest at its perceived inaction over the Syria war and its overtures to Iran, a source close to Saudi policy s
US-based Rivel Research Group has signed a deal with the Middle East Investor Relations Society to expand its Intelligence Council programme to the Middle East.
The programme, launched in 2009, offers investor relations profession
Two suspected Islamist militants shot dead a provincial military intelligence chief in Yemen on Saturday, a security official said, the latest in a series of assassinations in the impoverished state's lawless south and east.
IPSA International, an investigative consulting and risk advisory firm, has appointed Gerald R Cummings to the position of senior consultant as the firm takes steps to get established in the Middle East.
Cummings brings over forty