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Welcome to the MENA IT Review - your leading e-news source for essential technology related information in the MENA region. This e-newsletter provides you with comprehensive regional news on IT developments, and highlights latest technology being utilised in the region
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E-government returns to vogue to banish the austerity blues

E-government returns to vogue to banish the austerity blues | MENA IT Review | Scoop.it
Anyone with a pulse would know that Ireland’s expensive and unwieldy public sector needs reform.
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Goodbye Windows: China to create home-grown OS based on Ubuntu

Goodbye Windows: China to create home-grown OS based on Ubuntu | MENA IT Review | Scoop.it
Canonical strikes deal with China to expand open source software usage.
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Risky business: How cloud tech & mobile workers add up to an insurance nightmare

Risky business: How cloud tech & mobile workers add up to an insurance nightmare | MENA IT Review | Scoop.it
Cyber insurance. It's a thing. And if your workplace uses services like Dropbox or allows working from home or using BYOD mobile devices, you probably need it.
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South Korea says hacking not from Chinese address

South Korea says hacking not from Chinese address | MENA IT Review | Scoop.it
The suspected cyberattack that struck South Korean banks and media companies this week didn't originate from a Chinese IP address, South Korean officials said.
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Yes, Cyberattacks Are Perfectly Legal Under the Laws of War

Yes, Cyberattacks Are Perfectly Legal Under the Laws of War | MENA IT Review | Scoop.it
What’s the fastest way to annoy someone who works in national security? Just say "cyberwarfare" on repeat and watch them combust. The term is meaningless in the worst way—it put...
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