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Mobility

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Smartphones boast increasing functionality and are becoming ever more popular, with new hardware and software manufacturers helping energise the market. Current models provide fast and easy access to social networks, blogs and microblogs, and direct connections to enterprise applications and networks. High-resolution screens

Health

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Running for the entire duration of CeBIT for the first time this year, the TeleHealth international congress and expo provided a comprehensive overview of IT solutions for the healthcare sector. Focal points included telehomecare and telemonitoring systems for keeping track of vital parameters in the home environment, as well as ambient assisted living for further home-based support. These technologies promise an improved quality of life for the chronically ill and the aged.

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in e-Government Knowledge Map

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PPPHow can Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) be used effectively and appropriately to support developing country e-government initiatives that will harness the power of ICT to deliver public services in an efficient, transparent, and responsive manner to citizens, businesses, civil society organizations, and other government agencies?

Building Local Capacity for ICT Policy and Regulation

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A needs assessment and gap analysis for Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific

Summary

Policy-making and regulation for the ICT sector in developing counties are complex and difficult challenges, for several reasons. The issues are complex and rapidly changing as technologies and business models change. The political economy of ICT sector reform is highly sensitive, both because of vested interests and because of labor and revenue implications of restructuring, privatization and competition. And policy and regulation are by their nature incremental, contextual processes shaped by local realities.

ICT for Development: Contributing to the Millennium Development Goals

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How can ICT be used effectively across a variety of sectors to help achieve the Millennium Development Goals? What can we learn from ICT pilot projects in developing countries about proper design, sustainability and impact of such interventions? infoDev commissioned in 2003 a detailed analysis of seventeen ICT-for-development projects it had funded in the past several years to capture lessons about how, and why, such projects succeed or fail.

ICT Conference

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ICT Conference has been held in 28/11/2010 at Itisalat Tower. The conference which was attended by some of DDCO members, has come within the annual Kitex exihibition. The minister of Information and Communication Technologies, Dr. Yahya has promised that the many ICT projects will be done in the new future. At the same time many attenders have stated and recommended to reduce prices of all ICT related services, Customs and other government fees related to ICT equipments and services. Also participants have recommended executing digital services, providing information services by the government departments to the public in terms of State websites and that all these projects should be implemented during a fixed terms.

ICTs, knowledge, productivity, growth and development

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ICTs, knowledge, productivity, growth and development

Although there is sufficient evidence of research regarding the positive economic impact of ICT use on innovation processes within the companies, especially on efficacy, productivity and growth, there is still little evidence of it with respect to ‘ex-ante’ and ‘ex-post’ determinants of this positive impact.

Therefore, this research area sets out to analyse:

  1. Individual, economic, social and institutional determinants of ICT use within the organizations;

  2. The virtuous circle between efficiency and economic growth (technology, education/training and organization)

  3. Impact of the positive relationship between ICT, knowledge, efficiency and competitiveness in terms of development.

In this point, special attention is paid to analysing the feedback processes between ICT, economic growth, economic and human development taking into account the convergence among countries and the different stages of development (leapfrogging) towards the Network Society.

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