Data's Evolution in the Cloud: The United Arab Emirates Embraces Digital Diversification

April 29, 2021

The economic impact of COVID-19 has helped create a renewed sense of urgency in Gulf Arab
Countries with regard to economic diversification beyond the oil industry. The United Arab
Emirates (UAE) is leaning into development of data programs as a critical economic driver,
according to a recent survey.

Researchers from The Economist surveyed UAE executives to learn about their attitudes and
aspirations for leveraging data. The United Arab Emirates Embraces Digital Diversification
reports the state of the current and future data landscape in the UAE.

Download this brief to:

  • Benchmark your own data practices and priorities against those of UAE organizations
  • Track the challenges UAE companies faced when trying to draw better insights from their gathered data
  • Understand why most UAE businesses are investing in artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) as a key facet of their data strategy

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