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Broadband access ‘must expand to include poor’

This article was originally published on the SciDev.Net Website 0n 22 June 2012. The Rio+20 summit has highlighted a new concerns for the Worlds poor,  access to broadband  and  ICT skills. These two areas have been targeted as sustainable goals, so as to close the technology gap opening up exponentially as we accelerate through the digital age. Some may argue that the …

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When one of the UK’s leading international universities wanted a student admissions system fit for a 21st century world, they turned to Tribal…

The University of London International Academy works with 12 Colleges across the historic University of London to provide 50,000 flexible and distance learning programmes to students in 180 countries around the world. Funded by its students, the institution aims to provide a responsive service and set of programmes that compete effectively with universities around the world. The Academy wanted to …

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Etihad Airways Starts Rolling out Sabre Technology as Part of Billion Dollar Technology Deal

Software-as-a-service catering software to save carrier $5 million each year and transform guest experience Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has started rolling out Sabre software, following the billion dollar technology agreement signed by the two companies last year. The implementation of Sabre’s catering software kicks off the largest technology project in the airline’s history, …

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IMImobile’s DaVinci Content Management System recognised for delivering outstanding results to MTN Group

IMImobile, a global mobile data technology infrastructure and solutions provider to telecom operators, media companies and enterprises, today announced that it has won ‘Multimedia Content Management Solution of the Year’ at the Cloud Africa Awards, hosted in Johannesburg last night. IMImobile’s DaVinci Content Management System (CMS) powers MTN’s mobile content service – ‘MTN Play’ – across 19 countries in Africa …

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MEEZA Takes ‘The reality of the cloud services In Qatar’ to regional levels

MEEZA , the leading IT services and solutions provider in Qatar, has showcased the success of their recently launched services tailor-made for Commercial Bank of Qatar clients, during the region’s premiere cloud services event in Abu Dhabi. The bank’s customers will be able to access a full portfolio of localized Cloud applications, including Payroll, E-mail, Document Management, and Web Hosting solutions. …

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ASTF present the 8th Arab Technology Business Plan Competition

ASTF is committed to a message of entrepreneurs support in the circumstances of the Arab Spring. April 1, start to apply for the 8th cycle of the Arab Technology Business Plan Competition TBPC. Dr. Abdalla Alnajjar, President of the Arab Science and Technology Foundation (ASTF) declared that the registration and applying for the 8th Arab Technology Business Plan Competition (TBPC) …

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Egypt: Nation Extends Its Expertise to Train Human Cadres in Kenya

Egypt is ready to extend its expertise to Kenya in the IT sector, Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohamed Salem has said. Egypt will also help Kenya establish smart villages and implement programs aimed at preparing human cadres in this vital sector, added Salem during a meeting with visiting Kenyan Minister of Information and Communications Samuel Poghisio. The step …

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Applexus Flexes its Wings to the Middle East

Sharjah office marks a milestone in furthering Applexus’ development and innovation agenda in support of end-to-end IT solutions Sharjah-March 26, 2012: Applexus Technologies, a leading provider of IT services and solutions today announced the opening of its first office in the Middle East region. The Sharjah office will serve as the regional headquarters to MENA, providing support for growth and …

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Blogging has not changed science journalism

Blogging is one of several innovations in science communication and has had little impact on science writing so far, argues academic and writer Alice Bell. Online communication technologies open up new possibilities for science communication, says Bell, and there are areas where practices could change. But blogging could end up as one of many innovations that have not changed science communication substantially. Bell …

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Amadeus receives 2012 Air Transport News award as Best IT Company

  The ATN Global Awards recognise the companies that contribute most to the industry. Dubai, UAE, March 12, 2012 – Amadeus, a leading transaction processor and provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel and tourism industry, was given the 2012 Air Transport News award as Best IT Company of the year during the official ceremony held in Athens …

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