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WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram are still among the 5 most downloaded apps, but this time the TikTok app jumped from fourth place in 2018 to second place in 2019 due to its popularity in markets like India, the United States, and Brazil.
Egypt’s ranking also moved up 69 spots to 97th place compared to 166th globally in December 2018, and its ranking advanced 34 ranks to 6th in Africa, up from the 40th in December 2018.
Egypt’s smart transport market can absorb more investors due to its large size: OKA Truck
The source added that the project works with the modern PACS system, which is an integrated computer system that stores, transmits, distributes, and displays medical scans.
Orange was able to add about 37,900 new subscribers to its services last October, increasing the number of subscribers to its services from 28.2 million subscribers last September and reaching 28.3 million.
The number of Internet users through USB Modem devices increased to 3.58 million customers in October, while ADSL users increased slightly to 7.17 million in October
This comes after a decision by the Council of Ministers to transfer the obligations of the Ministry of Administrative Reform concerning digital transformation to the MCIT.
The smart bag is very sophisticated, as it cleans clothes inside a small device using UV rays and ozone gas.
This cooperation comes supported by the latest security systems and solutions provided by the English company Sophos, provided by Digital Planets. The cooperation also includes the provision of Call Centre services in cooperation with 3CX, which Digital Planets is an agent for in Egypt.
In a world where cybercriminals are using sophisticated attacks to breach industrial companies, robust cybersecurity policies and keeping up with regulations have never been more important. From the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to standards set by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), industrial companies have a lot of requirements to adhere to.
With a focus on disruptive and emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR), Smart Cities, and the Internet of Things (IoT), eight innovative companies are competing for the show’s spotlight to help accelerate their growth and innovation.
Egypt plans to establish technological complexes in Menoufia, Mansoura, Minya, Sohag, South Valley, Qena, and Aswan universities in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education, Talaat announced.
DevFest is the largest non-profit conference focusing on software developers, engineers, and software industry in general. DevFest Egypt is organised by GDGs, local groups of developers interested in Google products and open-source technologies, from different areas around the country.
Smartphone companies have put in a lot of effort in pushing users to upgrade their smartphones.
El-Kammash explained that the company carried out projects last year with a value of EGP 1bn, of which the governmental sector received 20% to 25 % against the 50 % for the banking sector. The remaining percentage was distributed among other sectors.
The company’s marketing executive, Mohamed Alaa, said that the idea of mobile advertising is applied in many cities such as London and Dubai, and is a new and eye-catching idea that ensures advertiser receive sufficient attention from the consumer.
Despite this, 83% admitted that they spend too much time on the internet, while almost three quarters (73%) feel that using the internet and mobile devices in general hinders family life.
The mobile market has witnessed a decline in the number of its users over the whole year due to the procedures of the National Telecom Regulatory Authority in checking user data, which contributed to stopping many lines from working.
Egypt ranked 102 out of 152 countries in the index. The report was based on the classification of countries on several axes that included account ownership in a financial institution and the proportion of Internet users and secure its services.
As Council’s newest participating organization, Fawry is to recommend new initiatives for consideration to the PCI SSC
ITIDA said that the company failed to appoint qualified technical cadres to provide those services, beside not renewing maintenance contracts for hardware and software despite their aging
A large number of the most prominent personalities in the field participated in the forum, led by Head of Information Technology Sector at Etisalat Misr Amr Fathy and CEO of EFG Hermes Finance Walid Hassouna.
“We will study this issue in cooperation with the private sector. We are ready to launch this platform. It will be a success for us [Egypt] and for Africa,” Al-Sisi said.
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We receive 5,000 weekly complaints about mobile services: Abdel Wahed
Egypt targets 10% growth in digital exports by the end of FY20, says Amr Talaat
We are in an alliance with the AOI and Fawry to operate electric mass transit buses: Shaker
16 startups graduated and 22 other companies were received through the business incubator programme: CEO
Fiber Misr, Wadi El Nile, and Atos act as systems integrator responsible for project implementation