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Microsoft Customer Service centres in Egypt, established since 2011, serve customers across Europe, Middle East, and Africa, says Mirna Arif
Joint initiative seeks to help smaller companies reap advantages of ERP systems
5,000 women to be trained through campaign
Microsoft’s attendance at Cairo ICT 2019 will follow the theme of “Trust, Transform and Innovate – for the future of Egypt”, reflecting the company’s commitment to empower Egypt’s people, businesses and government to achieve more.
Fiber Misr, Wadi El Nile, and Atos act as systems integrator responsible for project implementation
The IT certifications can play a great role when it comes to a breakthrough in the marketplace and can provide you with several opportunities of a well-paid job.
Microsoft’s technology ecosystem and the growing popularity of cloud services will create nearly 100,000 jobs in Egypt by the end of 2022, according to new research by the International Data Corporation (IDC). The IDC’s white paper analyses the impact of information and communications technology (ICT), cloud services, and the Microsoft ecosystem on the Egypt economy …
Network collaboration will further enhance delivery of services to customers in Egypt, North Africa and the Middle East
Microsoft remains committed to upskilling youth through its YouthSpark cash grants
We are targeting design and implementation of applications to serve state’s administrative system, says Tobal
Russia’s communications regulator has ordered the country’s internet providers to block access to LinkedIn’s website
Microsoft has announced it will increase prices for a range of enterprise services in the UK
Following a wave of complaints by users, Microsoft has decided to tweak its upgrade policy for the tech giant’s Windows 10 operating system. The company is changing the notices it sends to users of previous versions.
Software giant Microsoft is set to take over professional networking site LinkedIn for $26.2 billion (23.3 billion euros) in a deal expected to be completed this year, the two companies have announced.
Microsoft has confirmed it has sold hundreds of tech patents to Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, just weeks after selling its phone business, bought from Nokia in 2014. The deal is viewed as beneficial for both sides.
Major Internet companies Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and YouTube have teamed up with the European Commission to combat the spread of hate speech online. They agreed to tackle flagged posts or videos within 24 hours.
The two US tech giants have announced an agreement to build a new underwater cable, codenamed “Marea” and intended to help meet growing demand for high speed, reliable connections for cloud and online services.
Beyond delivering search results and the Android mobile operating system, tech giant Google is moving into virtual reality and voice-activation technology – going toe-to-toe with Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.
The project costs approximately EGP 150m, says official
Samsung acquired biggest market share and Apple replaces Microsoft, says Gartner
At least 50% of all Egyptian students polled want to work for an international company
Egypt does not have E-government yet, Director Shinnawy says
By second half of September, Microsoft will allow receival of citizens’ complaints’ online allowing better dealings with them
Microsoft is starting to roll out its new Windows 10 operating system. It's available for free to a large proportion of Windows users. You think that's a poor business model? – Far from it, insists DW's Hardy Graupner. Windows 10 comes with quite a lot of new features and improvements over everything we've seen before. Among other things, there's now…
By Sally Saad US technology company Microsoft will purchase Israeli company N-trig, specialised in fast-response touch techniques and digital pens, with a total cost of $200m. The 190 company’s employees will be moved to Microsoft to be part of a research centre developing the touch technology and digital pens, according to Israeli newspapers Yedioth and …
Education and health sectors, and automating the courts are the most prominent investment opportunities in the Egyptian market, says Abdel Kader
A group of young Egyptian programmers, who call themselves GENU, has developed a smartphone application that can differentiate between genuine and fake drugs