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The next four or five years will see a number of technological breakthroughs in Egypt. 5G technology will enable a variety of advances ranging from remote healthcare to driverless vehicles, and Ericsson will continue to play its part in making this possible.
This spring, there was a meme on LinkedIn with a poll asking who leads digital transformation in your company. Surprisingly, the choice was not a CEO or top manager, but the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This picture perfectly illustrates how, at the beginning of the pandemic, many companies were forced to urgently implement new technologies …
Programme scheduled to start in May, as part of spring semester of 2021
Decision shall take effect from 1 March
Google and Oxford Internet Institute launch guide to AI in Arabic
Six in ten smartphone users have clear positive attitude towards role 5G could have played during COVID-19 crisis
Programme to help entrepreneurs build, promote their online brands
A “dog” with a smart brain! Chinese researchers have unveiled an upgraded four-legged robot.
Messages to be sent once consumption hits 50%, 75%, and 100% of Internet package
Digital training, innovation centre will be established in governorate with investments of EGP 100m
The cooperation protocol aims to provide the luxurious real estate project “90 Avenue”, located in the Fifth Settlement
Highly reliable terrestrial routes will connect landing points within South Africa, Europe, and Egypt, forming complete ring around Africa
There is state of prosperity in ICT sectors of many African countries, within framework of achieving digital inclusion in continent
Egypt to offer training to Iraqi youth at digital innovation centres
Company records revenues of EGP 9.56bn in Q4 2020
Vodafone Egypt will contribute with its expertise to regional expansion of Bee, Masary
The MoU paves the way for Vodafone Egypt to participate in the two e-payment platforms’ capital subscription with a 20% stake.
Commenting on news companies in Australia, he added, “We are currently working to restore news on Facebook in Australia in the coming days.”
Three-day innovation sprint will take place in March 2021
Orange Egypt and EGYPTAIR have signed a cooperation contract today at EGYPTAIR’s administrative building at Cairo International Airport in the attendance of a group of top management executives of both companies. This contract aims at providing more services and benefits to customers of both companies. The contract was signed by Mr. Hisham Mahran, Chief Enterprise …
Participants come from Daqahleya, Menoufiya, Minya, Sohag, Qena, and Aswan governorates
Company has agreed with Chinese brand to this end, negotiations underway with government partner
Both ministries signed, last November, cooperation protocol to develop Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ technological infrastructure
Cooperation emphasises company’s strategy of modernising infrastructure, providing customers with best services, says Telecom Egypt CEO
Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat and Supreme Constitutional Court President Saeed Marei have signed a cooperation protocol to complete the automation and development of the latter institution’s work system.
Market size grows by 9.3% to about $159.3bn during 2020
This year’s event will expand at regional and international levels
Majority of ministers appeared before parliament over past 2 weeks, to deliver public statements on their efforts and defend government performance
Training programme takes place online over 2 months, with training provided by specialists from EPITA
Company is planning to compete for national projects at New Capital through national alliance, says Yehya Hashish