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Dubai Digital Authority was established to smart transformation of the city

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The Dubai Digital Authority (DDA) has been set up, which will be answerable for information technology, data, smart and digital change and information security.

The DDA was made through another law gave by Ruler of Dubai, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori has been named director general of the new element, which will attempt to improve Dubai’s smart and digital transformation, offer digital types of assistance to people and organizations, and spotlight on network safety.

“Our objective behind the foundation of the Dubai Digital Authority is to accomplish social and monetary advantages … our digital economy is presently worth AED100 billion and we mean to twofold the commitment of the digital area inside two years,” Sheik Mohammed said. “We expect to improve the nature of digital services and use them to serve the local area in all areas.”

The DDA’s order incorporates driving digital change across regions including government services, shared government arrangements, data the board, network protection, and biological system and administration.

Toward the beginning of June, Sheik Mohammed requested that in excess of 1,300 digital services given by services and government agencies go through assessment.

Dubai keeps on hoisting it’s anything but a smart city with late drives pointed toward drawing on the planet’s best ability to the city, including the distant working visa and the Golden Visa (10-year residency) for architects, specialists and business visionaries among numerous others.

The system will complete in excess of 28 drives by 2023 to help give progressed and proficient digital services, available to clients from anyplace every minute of every day.

It’s anything but a typical data-sharing stage for government elements and give 90% of the public services through a solitary digital stage, which will be set up by 2022.

An examination recently tracked down that 79% of UAE occupants said they’d be glad to live in a smart city. 53% of UAE respondents think about living in a manageable city as the most energizing development in future smart urban areas and this increments with respondents’ age, the assertion said.

 

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