Moving images, quick cuts, special effects and background music have become one of the most popular ways with which we like our memories to be cherished. Windows Middle East takes you through a step-by-step guide on how to make a DVD movie with your video footage.
Since his invention of the revolutionary wind-up radio — and the ensuing rise to celebrity status — Trevor Baylis OBE has been keeping busy. But who is he? And exactly what is this unusual character up to?
Questionable auditing, overstated accounts, a perceived loss of analyst impartiality — why should investors, particularly ‘high net worth individuals’, jump back into the discredited equity markets? Alan Chabot, COO of Citigroup’s wealth management division, argues the case
Information overload, a desire to increase automation and the need to make better informed business decisions means that many organisations in the Middle East are looking to implement enterprise information portal solutions.
The education sector traditionally generates a vast amount of documents and the resulting information glut is often hard to manage. In order to address these issues two of Kuwait’s leading educational institutions have turned to enterprise information portal solutions.
After a big jump in December, Maktoob's unique audience figure dropped slightly in January, while Arabia.com's unique audience remained roughly the same. By far the biggest leap in activity in January was seen over at Raddadi, where impressions more than quadrupled month on month and the unique audience more than tripled.
GCC governments don’t want to fund expatriate healthcare any more and companies are going to have to take on the burden. That brings with it a whole set of challenges for companies, healthcare providers and insurers.
White Box builders here in the Middle East are facing a tougher time than ever before, with increasing competition from each other and from the big name brands that are ruthessly cutting prices. But local assemblers are no longer just looking to price to help them sell.
Revenue losses and job cuts were frequent among networking vendors during a testing 12 months. But the industry is now looking to a healthier future, with the Middle East offering many growth opportunities for vendors to exploit.