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Bahrain Bahrain’s e-government is ready for full migration to the cloud
Not only is technology causing an impact on economic sectors' performance and activities, but also affecting the manner through which people interact and communicate. And governments are efficiently exploiting this technological advancement via unified platforms that offer public services referred to as e-government portals.
United Arab Emirates UAE Embraces Digital Revolution to Press Economic Diversification
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has set ambition to diversify economy away from oil by giving full play to the industrial revolution of digitization.
United Arab Emirates UAE- 'Online Service Index' Executive Team reviews achievements
ABU DHABI, 7th February, 2018 (WAM) -- The Executive Team of the Online Service Index (OSI) has held its first meeting for 2018 at Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi, in conjunction with the "UAE Hackathon", organised by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority. This meeting is based on the Cabinet Resolution on launching the executive teams to achieve the National Agenda and UAE Vision 2021.
Egypt A New Report Says Egypt Is Secretly Forcing Citizens to Mine Cryptocurrency
The Egyptian government, or entities linked to it, has hijacked local internet users’ connections to secretly mine cryptocurrency “en masse,” according to a new report by security researchers at the University of Toronto.
United Arab Emirates Telecompaper: TRA launches UX Lab to develop e-government services
The United Arab Emirates telecoms watchdog TRA has launched the User Experience Lab to help develop the online presence of government entities on the web, smartphones or in service booths. According to the TRA, advanced global methodologies are being implemented in the user experience laboratory to ensure that websites and smart applications take into account the characteristics of users and meet the needs of enterprises to access services with ease and usability.
Egypt Egypt Launches Own Version of Facebook
Egyptian authorities have launched their own version of Facebook, Africanews reported. The network comes about two weeks after the Communications Minister, Yasser Al-Qadi, announced that Egypt was set to launch its own social network.
Qatar UN Survey: Hukoomi Ranked 27
Qatar has been recognized for advancements in e-government with the recent release of the United Nations (UN) e-Government Survey, rising to number 27 in the rankings, a significant improvement from its previous ranking of 90 in 2010. The Survey also placed Qatar at number nine in the e-Participation index for 2012.
Egypt Egypt Hosts Annual ITU Meeting of Global Regulators
International policy makers from the world's information and communication technology (ICT) regulatory authorities and leading technology companies are meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, on 12-14 May to discuss the opportunities ICT offers for accelerating global socio-economic development.
United Arab Emirates Connecting Women in Technology Starts Group in MENA Region
LinkedIn, Dell, Facebook and Ericsson held the first ever MENA Connecting Women in Technology (CWIT) event in Dubai, UAE. CWIT, a collaborative initiative which started with 15 technology companies in Ireland, was created to attract and retain women in the technology industry.
United Arab Emirates Global e-Government Survey: UAE in Top 10... Higher than Japan, Italy
The United Kingdom, followed by Australia and the Republic of Korea, lead the world in providing government services and information through the Internet, according to a new survey released by the United Nations showing the progress of nations in promoting e-government.
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