Microsoft Gulf has launched its SQL Server 2016, the latest version of the company’s flagship database and analytics platform, in the UAE.
SQL Server 2016 can deliver a consistent experience in both on-premise and cloud depl
Vaccines tailored to treat illnesses prevalent in Bahrain could soon be on the way as a database of genetic samples from the kingdom is poised to be included in the global ‘GenBank’. GenBank, set up in 1982, is a database of annota
Plans for an innovative organ donation database have had to be put on hold after an expatriate association spearheading the initiative failed to get clearance from the authorities. The Bahrain Foundation for Organ Relief project was first anno
The Public Pension Agency (PPA), an entity within Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Finance, has implemented an Oracle database technology to gain maximum availability with active/active configuration across two separate sites.
Employers will soon be able to tap into a readymade talent pool of Bahraini graduates.
A national database will be created by the end of next month and more than 600 jobseekers have already signed up to be included, said a report
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is working on a joint database project that will provide information on foreign workers involved in criminal activities in all the six countries, a report said.
The plan is aimed at prevent
A BD1.7 million ($4.4 million) project that involves creating a national database to help tackle unemployment has been launched.
The Labour Market Observatory (LMO) will contain information on jobseekers and the labour market, ide
A body that regulates drugs coming into the GCC wants to create a unified database of herbal medicines permitted by all Gulf countries in hopes of controlling prices.
The GCC Central Committee for Drugs (GCC-DR
Oracle has unveiled a database in-memory that allows companies to extend their Oracle 12c database to perform transactions and at the same time analyse data and pull report, in real-time.
The innovative, dual-f
Sickle cell campaigners in Bahrain are planning to set up a national database that will include details of every person suffering from the disease in the kingdom.
The Bahrain Sickle Cell Anaemia Patient Care Society (BSCAPCS) told