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How Saudi Aramco recovered from a cyber attack Saudi Aramco's cyber systems were attacked three years ago. [Representational Image]

How Saudi Aramco recovered from a cyber attack

Reports say Aramco reverted to working with typewriters and fax machines while contending a 2012 cyber attack which threatened its data and intelligence
 

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Healthy Cleaning

Healthy Cleaning
FMME pays a visit to Emrill's operation at Mediclinic's clinic at the Ibn Battuta Mall for a first-hand account of the FM provider's first foray into healthcare
 

Many Shades of Grey

Many Shades of Grey
'Going green' is all well and good but what happens when 'grey' water changes colour?
 

A piece of the piling pie

A piece of the piling pie
Competitive pressure is seeing companies and contractors vying for a piece of Qatar's piling market
 

Passive road safety

Passive road safety
Changing driver behaviour is only one element of implementing a safe road safety system
 

 

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Revealed: UAE Property Market Data, July 2015

Revealed: UAE Property Market Data, July 2015

Affordable housing is on the rise in Dubai, which witnessed transactions of over $14.4bn (AED53bn) in H1 2015, $8.1bn (AED30bn) of which came from foreigners; 4,200 housing units are due in Abu Dhabi by the end of 2015
 

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GCC countries guard against materials shortages

GCC countries guard against materials shortages

Contractors and suppliers in the infrastructure-focused GCC will have to rethink their supply chain to avoid material shortages
 
 

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Readymix rollercoaster

Readymix rollercoaster

With a scarcity of materials and a fiercely competitive market, the readymix sector is not for the faint of heart
 
 

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Bringing a work-life balance to design

Bringing a work-life balance to design

Three young architects bring their outside influences into a workplace which encourages self-expression, rewards innovative thinking and promotes taking responsibility
 
 

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Are MEP contractors under more pressure than most?

Are MEP contractors under more pressure than most?

Market fluctuations tend to pressurise contracting cycles, with MEP contractors likely to face more challenges than main contractors, a UAE-based contractor tells Construction Week Middle East
 
 

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Volvo CE, Carnegie Mellon launch site safety tech

Volvo CE, Carnegie Mellon launch site safety tech

The OEM and educational institute have jointly developed a software to reduce on-site fatalities, especially in the road construction sector
 
 

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AECOM's Matthew Anthony on reserve fund studies

AECOM's Matthew Anthony on reserve fund studies

Matthew Anthony, senior consultant with AECOM Middle East, explains the benefits of reserve fund studies.
 
 

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Volvo CE, Carnegie Mellon launch site safety tech

Volvo CE, Carnegie Mellon launch site safety tech

The OEM and educational institute have jointly developed a software to reduce on-site fatalities, especially in the road construction sector
 
 






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