Tagged : anirudh Sharma

28 May

Fostering Innovation: A Culture of Entrepreneurship

by Anirudh Sharma

Today is your last chance to grab a slice of innovation as the third edition of QITCOM, Qatar’s biggest ICT Conference & Exhibition, comes to a close. QITCOM 2014 connects forward-thinking businesses, innovators and industry leaders to consumers, entrepreneurs, students, and enthusiasts through information and communications technology. The theme for the third and final day […]

27 May

Creating “better connections” for low skilled workers

by Anirudh Sharma

In the end it is all about creating better connections. Be it at home, school or at work. And what helps us make those connections better or enhance better connections? Technology. The huge growth in the ICT sector in Qatar and the heavy investment in technology and infrastructure is indeed bearing fruit and making a […]

08 May

Qatar Most IT-Friendly Country In Middle East

by Anirudh Sharma

For the second year running Qatar has ranked the most IT-friendly country in the Middle East. The findings of the “The Global Information Technology Report 2014: Rewards and Risks of Big Data” survey ranked Qatar 23rd globally, one place ahead of the UAE in a list of 148 economies. The Survey which was conducted by […]

26 Mar

Telecommunication Regulatory Conference Keynote: Technology Push vs Demand Pull?

by Anirudh Sharma

I had the brilliant opportunity to meet Professor Laurent Benzoni, Founder of TERA Consultant, France, and Professor of Economics at Sorbonne University, at the most appropriate place – at the first annual Telecommunications Regulatory Conference organized by the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) at the Four Seasons Hotel, earlier today. Professor Benzoni gave a keynote speech at […]

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, […]