Many users are suffering from depression, anxiety and OCD due to the current circumstances, says Alaa
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Cooperation comes as part of ministry’s vision to build a digital Egypt through cooperation with ministries and government agencies
Egypt needs flexible and resilient plans as life returns to Egypt’s street after Eid Al-Fitr
We want to give people a place to experience the joy of shopping versus the chore of buying. And we want to help small businesses adapt and make it easier for people to discover and shop for things they love.
EGP 1bn factory part of AOI strategy implementing Egypt’s plan for local industrialisation, technology localisation and reducing imports
Service uses chatbot technology and AI to enable testing for the hearing impaired
Initiative expected to double local production and transform Egypt into strategic centre for regional electronics industry
At least 10% of digital projects to be awarded to SMEs under initiative, to achieve partnerships with small and emerging companies
The initiative aims to provide SMEs with services to implement business continuity measures as they face the repercussions of the ongoing health crisis.
The figures for FY 2019/2020 compared to the €1.1bn reported in the FY 2018/2019, with Vodafone International’s fiscal year starting on 1 April and ending on 31 March of each year.
Cellular, fixed and wireless broadband technologies are essential to support various companies, says Al Daftar
Joint initiative seeks to help smaller companies reap advantages of ERP systems
App has been made free worldwide, with free trial version available to private sector
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.
The company said the initiative is looking to solve unemployment and create job opportunities that help them build a more sustainable future.
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.
Move is to protect commercial sector and allow it to fulfil obligations
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.
Otlob will accommodate a large number of qualified and experienced young drivers with the aim of continuing its expansion in the Egyptian market. Some delivery sector companies have closed and laid off employees due to the ongoing global health crisis.
“This will also allow us to commit further energy and resources on our top Eats markets around the world,” the spokesperson said.
Chris Gerretsen will draw roadmap helping startups, SMEs overcome Covid-19 fallout
With many ads shot at home, fees of participating celebrities declined
New outlets will ease pressure on main offices and protect customer health and safety
A total of 52 companies have benefited from the programme so far, with a total amount of just over EGP 17m in export rebates having been given to the first and second groups combined.
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.
During the ministerial video conference, Abdel Ghaffar said the digital transformation in education trend has been ongoing for over 18 months. The implementation in education follows an initial pilot phase that was conducted in the health sector.
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.
New hotline launched to provide technical support, quick resolution to production problems