Last night at QITCOM 2014 I launched the key findings of a major new study into the attitudes and behaviors of Internet users in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The research, which is believed to be the first of its kind in the region, covers 14 Middle East countries and features conclusions based on an online survey of 2,793 Internet users in the region. These were then benchmarked against an existing dataset – produced by the World Economic Forum – of 8,432 respondents from 44 other countries across the globe.
Here’s a copy of my slides from the launch. I will post links to the report and other support materials in due course.