Hazem El-Tahawy, chairperson of Eitesal, said the technology has become intertwined in all sectors and fields, especially in light of the country’s political leadership’s interest in digital transformation projects.
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The scope of cooperation between the two countries according to the terms of the MoU, which extends for three years, includes human capacity building, supporting innovation and entrepreneurship, artificial intelligence (AI), and digital transformation.
In his speech at the opening of the Cairo ICT, Talaat congratulated the President on the successful launch of the first Egyptian satellite dedicated for telecommunications “Tiba 1”, through which high-speed internet services can be provided in Egypt and several African countries.
Fiber Misr, Wadi El Nile, and Atos act as systems integrator responsible for project implementation
Automation of 170 services nationwide in 36 months at a cost of EGP 8bn, says Amr Talaat
Shell Lubricants pays great attention to setting digital strategy in line with business strategy, says El-Sheikh
Government aims to relocate 51,000 ministry employees to new headquarters in Administrative Capital by June 2020
The most advanced fintech players in the Egyptian market are the payment service providers and mobile wallets and both have been widely adopted by banks and telecom providers.
Egyptian Government clearly really ‘gets’ the social and economic value that a digital transformation can deliver, says Rahim
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The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) has a four-pronged action plan to implement Egypt’s 2030 strategy in order to achieve the country’s digital transformation, to accomplish further efficient management of the state’s resources, MCIT Minister, Amr Talaat, said. Talaat’s statement came during Egypt’s international technology innovation summit titled ‘Narrative Disruptors’ which was launched …
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Egypt seeks to transfer its industrial expertise to African countries as part of partnership between country, continent, says Nassar
Talaat revealed that the government intends to include small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) into the implementation of these projects, especially since 76% of the total jobs which are provided are from the private sector.
Minister of Communications Yasser El-Kady has reviewed Egypt’s vision to transform towards a unified digital market for Africa through adopting several policies of developing and securing communications infrastructure as well as providing trained human resources, developing frameworks, and preparing an environment that supports investment. This came during the minister’s participation, on behalf of President Abdel …
Spending on cloud infrastructure products reached $46.5bn last year, says IDC
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Mohamed Tantawi, general manager for EMC Egypt, said that Egypt should focus on digital transformation using technologies related to the Internet of Things in order to cope with the rapid global digital development. The comments came on the sidelines of a panel discussion on digital transformation during the Cairo ICT 2016 exhibition on Monday. Tantawi …