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Unformatted text preview: O bje c t 1 O bje c t 2 O bje c t 3 World/Asia Trade & Finance Editorial News Watch Metro/Country Corporate/Stock Sports Special Supplement FE Education Young World Growth of SMEs Urban Property Monthly Roundup Business Review FE IT Saturday Feature Asia/South Asia Swiss National Day 2004 The Auspicious Occasion of Sixth Cycle (72nd)m Birth Anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen Sirikit of Thailand INDEPENDENCE DAY OF PAKISTAN Special On Auto Mobile Visitors:75 Sign-out Archive Site Search HOME Total search reasult found:11 IT strategies for Syed Ishtiaque Date:4/30/2004 In the fast-moving information technology industry (IT) every minute counts. A minu entrepreneur or a country aspiring to make its mark in this fiercely-competitive gl the sad demise of enormous possibilities that others are waiting eagerly to grab most challenging one. Only those who are ready to live up to the instant challen and ever-demanding industry could make an im It is widely accepted that ICT (information, communication and technology) has th many positive developments in the economies and societies of all countries. This international debates on the information society - within the framework of UN ICT Summit on the Information Society At the last WSIS there was general agreement that ICT directly or indirectly a economy, and that policies should therefore be as comprehensive as possible. Thr enterprises will become more competitive, new markets will be accessed and new created. This will generate wealth, thus ensuring future sustainable We are only beginning to tap the potential benefits of ICT. It is clear that the developed and also some developing countries on the use of ICT remains wide. this situation are known to all concerned. They include lack of awareness of what telecommunications infrastructure and internet connectivity, lack of adequa frameworks, shortage of requisite human capacity, inadequate use of local lang internet and lack of skills and To tackle these difficulties the WSIS at the last summit stressed the need infrastructure building, telecommunications deregulation, education and labour f legislation and e-government . Emphasis was given on the development and im strategies. National strategies imply significant involvement by the public sector. As there is c of the government led strategy, the best choice will be to leave the growth to regulation by businesses....
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course CSE 1234 taught by Professor Cho during the Spring '10 term at Bangladesh University of Eng and Tech.

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