Qatar ranked 14th on the global list of the 2015-16 Global Competitiveness Report’s index published by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Qatar ranked 27th among most networked nations in the world and second among Arab countries, (UAE that ranks 26th), on the 2016 edition of the “Global Information Technology Report GITR” published by the World Economic Forum in partnership with INSEAD and Cornell University. Bahrain and Saudi Arabia rank 28th and 33rd, respectively
The Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC) today announced it has signed a partnership agreement with Microsoft that will pave the way for an evolution in public sector e-services implementation.
The agreement was signed by Assistant Undersecretary of Government Information Technology Sector Hassan Jassim al Sayed and Naim Yazbeck, General Manager of Microsoft Qatar.
"Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2016: Business" shows that 83% of business establishments surveyed believe their businesses have benefited from ICT, with nearly half saying that ICT helps them access customers in new geographies and expand their potential market.
A gala awards ceremony for the Qatar IT Business 2016 Awards was held last night at the St Regis Doha. The prestigious awards celebrate Qatari companies’ contribution to the IT sector.
The Ministry of Transport and Communications has finalized the assessment and arbitration process for the Qatar IT Business Awards 2016 nominations. Results and winners are yet to be unveiled by the end of this month at a special event.
The Qatar e-Government Portal (Hukoomi) has won the Access Certified Award from the Qatar Assistive Technology Center (Mada) for applying the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA (WCAG 2.0 AA) which aim to ensure that websites have accessible features for people with disabilities.
The Ministry of Transport and Communications held “The Digital Evolution of Business” Seminar, as part of MOTC efforts to help companies and individuals know exactly where business technology is headed and to stay on top of each shifting digital trend as well as help them to create a competitive advance and ensure their business sustainability,
The Ministry of Transport and Communications organized, on Monday May 2, a four-day training workshop for a number of representatives of ministries and government entities on the Open Data Policy and its implementation.
The Digital Incubation Center (DIC) is once again opening its doors to a new group of young, tech-savvy entrepreneurs who have innovative technology-related ideas, fledgling ICT start-ups, or who are ready to start an ICT company.
The Ministry of Transport and Communications signed an MoU with QPost to develop a pilot project for a new innovative service that will change the way we deliver parcels and goods in Qatar.
H.E. Jassim Saif Ahmed Al Sulaiti to inaugurate this Monday, April 11, the fifth Arab Future Cities Summit 2016 that runs for two days at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Doha.