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136. May a thousand e-Entrepreneurs bloom
  Thursday, October 12, 2006  by Admin
  We need to equally look at the existing entrepreneurial spirit rather than only technical conditions before concluding whether ICTs could be successfully integrated within a SME.

137. If SMEs be the will, ICT may show the way
  Thursday, October 12, 2006  by Admin
  What ICT can do for development? ICT can't do magic. There are many factors associated with development. In the countries where the number of people suffering from the poverty increases day by day, nothing matters even if the statistical data shows a decline in the percentage of poor.
138. Impact of Open Access upon Public Health
  Monday, October 09, 2006  by Admin
  The internet provides the means to revolutionize publishing in many ways, including making it possible to disseminate health information at no charge to anyone with online access although it does cost money to produce the article and host it online. It also allows ease of reuse of an article by authors retaining copyright and granting public the right to re use it creatively.
139. Mainstreaming Information and Communication Technologies for the Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals
  Monday, October 09, 2006  by Admin
  The intersection of ICT and the MDGs forms a critical nexus for the future of sustainable human development and poverty eradication. Yet the great paradox of the information age – the persistence of scarcity in a digital era of superabundant capacity – remains the greatest single challenge to the networked economy and society. This report argues that while the means to meet this challenge are actually close at hand, the so-called "digital divide" has shifted perilously to the detriment of the poorest developing countries with serious and potentially irreversible consequences for the achievement of the MDGs.
140. Wireless Conference and Exhibition
  Monday, October 09, 2006  by Admin
  Wireless communications are an integral part of the Government's telecommunications infrastructure. This conference takes place from March 7th - 8th, 2007.
141. Access, Empowerment, Governance – Creating a World of Equal Opportunities
  Monday, October 09, 2006  by Admin
  This book draws on considerable knowledge and experience from leading experts who examined the potential and actual role of ICT in meeting major development challenges such as fighting poverty, promoting gender equality, etc. Their conclusion is that ICT can be a unique and powerful platform for promoting sustainable human development, provided that the focus is not on technology but on the people who use it.
142. Towards a Strategy on Developing African Teacher Capabilities in ICT
  Monday, September 25, 2006  by Admin
  This research was commissioned by SchoolNet Africa to provide information for a strategy to develop African teacher capabilities in the use of Information and Communication Technology. The report describes the conceptual framework for the development of African teacher capabilities in ICT. It also presents the research methodology and literature review highlighting some of the key issues identified.
143. The Future of e-Commerce in Africa
  Monday, September 25, 2006  by Admin
  The internet offers the best chance for developing countries to take their rightful place in the global economy. So the mission is to ensure access as widely as possible. However, Africa's readiness for the networked world is very low. This paper, presented by Prof. L. Fouries, looks at e-Commerce in Africa and the reasons hampering adoption of e-Commerce.
144. World Information Society Report 2006
  Monday, September 25, 2006  by Admin
  The World Information Society Report is the inaugural edition of an annual series of reports charting the development of the Information Society worldwide. It responds to challenges of ICT by looking at different topics - Measuring the Information Society, which presents the DOI for measuring progress in building the Information Society; Trends in the Information Society; From measurement to policy-making, addressing policy-makers and regulators; and Beyond WSIS: Making a Difference Globally which looks at life beyond WSIS, and in particular how multi-stakeholder partnerships are finding new solutions to old problems.
145. Women empowering themselves through ICT
  Thursday, September 21, 2006  by Admin
  This book is a collection of case studies about women and their communities in developing countries and how they have been influenced by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). It notes that ICTs and policies to encourage their development can have profound implications for women and men in terms of employment, education, health, environmental sustainability and community development.
146. infoDev - Focusing on ICT Use in Education
  Monday, September 18, 2006  by Admin
  infoDev has begun two related regional survey projects in Africa and the Caribbean to help answer key questions about the use of ICTs in education. In general, the surveys are meant to help answer the following key questions: How are ICTs currently being used in the education sector in each region, and what are the strategies and policies related to this use?; What are the common challenges and constraints faced by countries in each region related to ICT use in education? and What is actually happening on the ground, and to what extent are donors involved?
147. The Digital Divide Report: ICT Diffusion Index 2005
  Friday, August 25, 2006  by Admin
  Regardless of how it is measured, there is an immense information and communication technology (ICT) gap, a "digital divide", between developed and developing countries. In high income countries compared to low income countries, internet users are more, mobile phone subscribers are higher, internet costs are lower, etc. While the national ICT policies of private sector participation, competition and effective regulation (PCR) have helped reduce the digital divide in certain areas, the digital divide persists, particularly among the least developed countries.
148. Kick starting the developing worlds drive for growth
  Wednesday, August 23, 2006  by Admin
  The full impact of mobile phone technology in extending access to communications and improving the daily lives of the poor throughout the world's emerging nations is only now beginning to be appreciated. In this analysis Michael Bjarhov of Ericsson examines some of the challenges that still lie ahead.
149. Harnessing the potential of mobile communications
  Tuesday, August 22, 2006  by Admin
  4th annual CTO Forum 2006: Harnessing The Potential Of Mobile Communications.
From 4 September 2006 To 6 September 2006
London, United Kingdom

Target Group: Key policy makers, decision takers and senior level industry leaders will meet in London this September to discuss the future of Mobile Communications in the Commonwealth. The 4th Annual CTO Forum is a developmental event focusing on maturing the relationship between Governments, Regulators and the Global Mobile Industry.
150. Fourth annual report of the Information and Communication Technologies Task Force
  Monday, August 21, 2006  by Admin
  This report covers the activities of the Information and Communication Technologies Task Force for the period from March to December 2005. It provides an overview of the current environment, describes the role of the Task Force in promoting access to and application of information and communication technology for advancing the United Nations development goals and presents an outline of the major activities of the Task Force, an assessment of its effectiveness and a look into the future of ICT for development.

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