Tagged : Ministry of information and communications technology

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 Apr

Microsoft Support for Windows XP to End Today

by Mohammad Ibrahim El Sayed

As you probably know, Microsoft decided to end its support for its operating system Windows XP today after more than 12 years. As of tomorrow, technical assistance and security updates for Windows XP will no longer be provided by Microsoft. We thought it would be useful to share this crucial information with Digital Qatar readers. […]

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 […]

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 […]

01 Dec

Richard Adler: Broadband Blueprint Leads To Rapid Change

by William Nestor

The astonishing pace of development of modern information and communications technologies is profoundly changing all sectors of society and the way in which we live our daily lives. Individuals and organizations alike are relying on modern infrastructure and services to an extent that was hard to even imagine just a few years ago. Evidence that […]