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Africa and the Middle East I 2003

Africa and the Middle East I 2003 (10)

Africa and the Middle East I 2003

Theme: Access through broadband: A new initiative for small and medium businesses

Connect-World series of magazines is the leading magazine in the telecom and ICT industry that brings together the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap between the developed and developing world.

Mandla LangaIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:1
Topic:Mainstreaming SMMEs: Technology as a Tool for Community Development
Author:Mandla Langa
Title:Chairperson
Organisation:Independent Communications Authority of South Africa
PDF size:92KB
Patrick MasambuIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:2
Topic:Digital Inclusion for Small Business – Building a Country from the Bottom Up
Author:Patrick Masambu
Title:Chief Executive
Organisation:Uganda Communications Commission
PDF size:64KB
Laurent ElderIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:3
Topic:ICTs and African Communities in Uganda and Senegal: Meeting their Expectations?
Author:Laurent Elder
Title:Team Leader, International Development Research Centre
Organisation:Acacia Programme Connections
PDF size:76KB
Prof. Jophus Anamuah – MensahIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:4
Topic:The Impact upon Local Development of Digital Inclusion for Small and Medium Business
Author:Prof. Jophus Anamuah – Mensah
Title:Vice-Chancellor
Organisation:University College of Education of Winneba, Ghana
PDF size:84KB
Samer HalawiIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:5
Topic:Small Businesses in Africa - Rising Above Geography and Isolation
Author:Samer Halawi
Title:Regional Director, Middle East, Africa and Central Asia
Organisation:Inmarsat
PDF size:48KB
Olivier SuinatIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:6
Topic:Hardware vs. Hardship – The Reality of Technology in African SMBs
Author:Olivier Suinat and Ross Swarts
Title:General Managerand Telecoms Account Manager
Organisation:Hewlett Packard, Africa
PDF size:112KB
Niezaam DavidsIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:7
Topic:GSM as The Catalyst for Broadband Access – a New Initiative for Small and Medium Businesses (SMEs) in the Developing World
Author:Niezaam Davids and Maruis Conradie
Title:Executive Head, Mergers & Acquisitions and Executive Head, Strategy & Scenario Planning
Organisation:Vodacom Corporate Strategy, Vodacom Group Pty (Ltd), RSA
PDF size:72KB
Lesley HansenIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:8
Topic:What Does Broadband Do for the SME?
Author:Lesley Hansen
Title:Marketing Director EMEA
Organisation:Net to Net Technologies Ltd
PDF size:64KB
Melissa PowellIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:9
Topic:Broadband Could Help Africa Bridge the Digital Divide
Author:Melissa Powell
Title:Managing Director
Organisation:3D Global Communications
PDF size:76KB
Hesham H. KhalafIssue:Africa and the Middle East I 2003
Article no.:10
Topic:Building an e-Society in Jordan
Author:Hesham H. Khalaf
Title:President
Organisation:Middle East Telecom & Electronics Co., Ltd. (METE)
PDF size:40KB