IDG Global Solutions to Expand Its Presence in Middle East with Naseba

Partnership will lead to the region’s largest business facilitation service connecting buyers and sellers of enterprise technology. Boston, Mass. – July 22, 2019 – IDG Communications, Inc. – the world’s leading tech media, data, and marketing services company announces that they have entered into a partnership agreement with Naseba group, the French business facilitator. Under the new partnership…

SILENT NO MORE: THE BATTLE FOR WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT

Written by: JUAN CARLOS PASTOR @ IE Business School Women’s position in management and leadership has been prominently discussed in the business literature for over three decades. Yet there is increased frustration that the empowerment of women is not advancing quickly enough. Women continue to lag behind men at every career stage. A recent report…

Education 3.0: Why the education industry is ripe for blockchain

Your browser does not support the audio element. Almost everyone in the world has or will eventually be bestowed with a grade, certificate or honour that will at some future point need verification. Today’s episode has both Nic and Ahmed interacting with Educhain CEO Mark Balovnev on how to build scalable academic passporting systems. Focusing…

Securing the post-perimeter world Inbox x

How do you protect your organisation’s data in a world where traditional security perimeters no longer exist? As your data moves to the cloud and your employees access data from anywhere on any device, traditional security perimeters no longer apply. This is the post-perimeter reality. As a valued Naseba member, watch the 2 minutes video and…

Aligning Education to the Fourth Industrial Revolution As a Mean to Achieve the Fourth SDG

Naida Kardas and Charif Hamidi  – October 21, 2018 An edtech social enterprise aspires to transform education and make ubiquitous equitable access to education a reality Although the world is becoming increasingly more intricate and divergent and technology even more powerful and disruptive, we continue to assume the industrial era model classroom, ‘sage on stage’…