Saudi Aramco's cyber systems were attacked three years ago. [Representational Image]
Reports say Aramco reverted to working with typewriters and fax machines while contending a 2012 cyber attack which threatened its data and intelligence
Equipment manufacturers are taking huge strides in the construction industry’s evolution towards the use of technology for safety and efficiency.
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
Talal Al Gaddah, chief executive officer of MAG Property Development discusses the GCC's affordable housing markets, Dubai's property sector, and his preference for lump-sum contracts, in an exclusive interview with Construction Week
Neha Bhatia investigates how construction insurers select projects in the Middle East
Volvo CE is looking to redefine the distinction between premium and value machines with its newly launched G Series of wheel loaders
The Middle East’s refining and petrochemicals market has no choice but to optimise, as AspenTech’s John Hague tells Construction Week
Gaps in power supply and increasing infrastructure investment from GCC countries will boost the genset market over the next decade
The growing rate of construction in the GCC is driving awareness of workers’ rights amongst governments and ministries, but are contractors catching up?
Cold chain operations play a critical role in minimising losses during transit.
PMV highlights the trends and key players from Dubai’s annual auto-aftermarket extravaganza
Nick Ames gives the low-down on the latest dune-busting Caterpillar models to hit the Sultanate
Noas Al Rawi explains the impetus behind Bion’s dramatic debut into UAE tipper trailer production
Tapping into Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange, Tadawul, to enter a multibillion-dollar construction market, is akin to aiming for bull’s eye in pitch darkness
With almost weekly disclosures around corruption, labour issues and unfair practice, Qatar has been handed the red card on a number of occasions
There is a lot of sand out in the desert, but it doesn't mean that companies need to bury their collective heads in it when it comes to addressing cybercrime