UAE leads innovation in US$546 billion global Smart Cities market

UAE leads innovation in US$546 billion global Smart Cities market

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The UAE is leading innovation in the world’s Smart Cities market, which is set to reach US$546 billion by 2027, industry experts have announced at GITEX Technology Week 2020.

Meticulous Research firm expects the global Smart Cities market to grow at 23% CAGR to US$546 billion by 2027. Abu Dhabi and Dubai rank in the world’s top 50 Smart Cities, thanks to Digital Transformation of the government, Smart Dubai initiatives and Expo 2020 Dubai as one of the world’s best connected events.

“The UAE’s ascension in global Smart City rankings is testament to the country’s government-led Digital Transformation,” said Savitha Bhaskar, COO, Condo Protego.

The leading UAE-based IT infrastructure and information management consultancy and solutions provider, Condo Protego, works closely with public and private sector organisations on their Digital Transformation to support Smart Cities.

“As the economy and society continue to evolve, GITEX sets the stage for five Smart Cities mega-trends of 2021: AI, cloud, 5G, digital economy, and cybersecurity. Knowledgeable and experienced channel partners can help Smart Cities to meet business goals with the right solutions and KPIs,” added Bhaskar.

While the UAE has rapidly moved towards a smart and connected society, the increased connectivity also comes at a steep price of increasing cyberthreats. 

Advanced threat intelligence can help secure cloud, endpoints, and networks from cyberthreats: ranging from traditional business email compromise (BEC) attacks and URL threats, to malware and ransomware, all of which can risk Business Continuity and customer trust.

Across the region, Condo Protego counts more than 400 customers, and holds among the highest partnership status with leading technology vendors. Condo Protego’s partnerships include Dell Technologies, Secureworks, and VMware, along with Veritas, RSA, Symantec, Quantum, and Forcepoint.

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