Category : Digital Content

29 Sep

Affordable “Back to School” ICT Solutions for Marginalized Students

by منى يونس

This month’s Tech Top 10 explores how technology can help with going “Back to School” – wherever you live and whatever age you are. One area where technology has demonstrated a recent impact is supporting people at time of disruption. In particular, education in refugee camps and following emergencies (like earthquakes or other natural disasters) […]

19 May

Qitcom 2014 – Innovating Today For The Future of Qatar

by Anirudh Sharma

Have you registered to attend the third edition of QITCOM? Hurry and sign up to be a part of the nation’s largest Information Communication Technology conference set to take place May 26 to 28, 2014 at the Qatar National Convention Center. Qatar is eager to adopt technologies and solutions that will assist in the journey towards becoming […]

06 Apr

Access For All – Bridging Qatar’s Digital Divide

by Anirudh Sharma

Editor’s Note: This blog has been contributed by Patricia Quinn, Senior ICT Adoption Specialist from the ICT & Society Division of the Ministry of Information & Communications Technology. Are you living away from home? How do you keep in touch with loved ones back home? Is it through your smartphone, laptop or desktop computer? Not […]

22 Jan

Even Digital Natives Should Verify Sources

by Anirudh Sharma

How often have you jumped on to the Internet to search? Often enough, I am sure. Doubtlessly, the Internet and other communication technologies offer an entertaining and information escape. But, how easy is it to find information that you need and be a hundred percent sure that it’s factual, reliable and absolutely accurate? Not always. […]

16 Jan

Your computer is watching movies. Just not the way you do!

by Anirudh Sharma

Can you imagine a world without any movies? I don’t know about you, but to me movies are an inherent part of our lives. They fill a void that the stress of living life in a world full of complicated relations, responsibilities, shortcomings and expectations. We laugh, we cry, we empathize, and we get frightened, […]