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Joint initiative seeks to help smaller companies reap advantages of ERP systems
The 2Africa cable will pass through 16 African countries, and aims to enhance communication services and develop future Internet services in Africa and the Middle East.
Discussions also took place on cooperation between the two sides to train engineers and increase productivity, whilst also developing and modernising technologies to comply with Egypt’s Vision 2030.
Total of 97% of all complaints resolved, with largest number of complaints on ADSL services
Talaat said his Ministry is cooperating with the NTA in the implementation of the third phase of the programme within the framework of the state’s plan to raise the capacity and efficiency of workers in the administrative apparatuses in line with the state’s orientation towards digital transformation
According to a Ministry of Communications and Information Technology report, the number of Internet users increased to 53.15 million users at the end of January. This compared to 49.9 million subscribers reported in December 2019, an increase of 3.25 million new users.
Digital learning is being adopted fast. Some Arab countries have been quick to take action, and are providing alternative learning tools using e-learning platforms and TV channels
iRead has successfully managed to encourage a diverse community to use their spare time wisely while they are social distancing.
It comes as part of Orange Foundation’s social responsibility activities. The international group has allocated exceptional funds to support Egypt’s different entities’ fight against Covid-19. Orange has supported the rehabilitation of Ahl Masr’s headquarters to serve as a quarantine hospital in cooperation with the Ministry of Health.
The NTRA’s announcement came as it released its March report which disclosed the results for the authority’s testing of 80 cities with an area of 24,000 km.
The company has launched a range of honey products, selling for up to EGP 699, that strengthen the immunity, and which they say helps prevent the coronavirus.
Conference is another postponed conference due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
Consumer demand remains same, with increased need for technology due to social distancing, says Abu Ouf
Regardless of ongoing crisis, students cannot function in global economy without fluent digital literacy, says Aziza Ellozy
State precautionary measures, working from home contribute to increased Internet, phone use
The move aims to bolster smaller companies and help them deal with the lower revenues crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Egypt.
The move is part of a series of initiatives by Telecom Egypt to support the health system and the efforts healthcare professionals are making in tackling the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Jumia has set up a window on the Ahlan Ramadan platform and app to showcase the basic products with discounts according to the type of commodity. Jumia is working in cooperation with its business partners, including brands, stores, and commercial chains.
Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat said the app aims to support those with disabilities who show symptoms of the virus reach the necessary health services.
A total of 26 governmental executive leaders, including from the Ministries of Civil Aviation, Immigration and Egyptian Affairs Abroad, Health, Electricity and Renewable Energy and Agriculture, among others, participated in the session’s activities
In line with common consumer concerns, user privacy and security remain central to the product’s design. The tech giants’ contribution joins efforts by other software developers who are crafting technical tools to help combat the coronavirus and save lives.
Hawaya enables Arab youth across the world to choose a life partner and communicate with them safely, in a technological environment that respects their traditions and culture.
The application extension, which now has a 16 April deadline, also aims to curb the impact of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the sector
The startup, launched in collaboration with Germany company, Bosch, launched a video-based service to help its customers undertake their own home repairs without the need for a technician’s home visit
realme takes over the Egyptian market one more time with pre- order bookings for realme 6i on SOUQ.
The move comes as part of efforts to meet industrial sector and FEI member requirements in efforts to curb the further spread of the novel virus.
Noon Academy is a learning platform which includes a mobile application and a website for teaching academic curricula. It provides online classes for elementary, preparatory and secondary levels in all subjects.
The outstanding sales and customer satisfaction further prove realme as one of the top emerging smartphones globally and in Egypt, striving for the best quality and designs.
Daily News Egypt compares ADSL packages of Egypt’s four companies: WE, Vodafone, Orange, and Etisalat.
This comes at a time when many institutions and companies have begun reducing their workforce to reduce the physical presence for employees and to limit the spread of coronavirus.