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ICT

abbreviation for
(Communications & Information) Information and Communications Technology
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ICT

N ABBR =information and communications technologyinformática f, tecnología f de la información

ICT

[ˌaɪsiːˈtiː] n abbr (=Information & Communications Technology) → TIC fpl
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The centre, in partnership with Nortel Networks and St Helens College, is offering the latest training in core ICT areas such as networking technologies, system security and e-commerce.
Key Findings - Kable's survey shows that conservative Middle Eastern enterprises are investing a high proportion of their ICT budgets in the core ICT domains of software and hardware in 2015, followed by IT services - In order to take precautions against thefts and security breaches, Middle Eastern enterprises are moving their data onto the private cloud - Pricing remains the most important criterion when choosing an ICT providerSynopsis ICT investment trends in the Middle East presents the findings from a survey of 121 Middle Eastern enterprises regarding their Information and Communications Technology (ICT) investment trends.
Core ICT services include weather information services, winter reporting services and winter fleet data logging services.
Mohamed Ahmad Al Qamzi, chairman of the board, said: "The TRA is building the core ICT regulatory framework for the UAE's burgeoning knowledge economy.
Batelco is serving the hotel's core ICT requirements based on leading brands such as Avaya and Cisco.
The council does not spend PS120 million on core ICT costs - as as been reported elsewhere.
Buoyed by strong local demand Russian businesses are expected to increase their core ICT spending, or at least maintain it at the same levels in 2013.
According to Kable's survey, the core ICT functionalities of hardware, software, and IT services sit high on the list of ICT investment priorities among Belgian enterprises, with the combined allocations expected to reach X% in 2014, up by X% compared to 2013.
Batelco is serving the hotel's core ICT requirements based on leading brands; such as Avaya and Cisco, delivering an IP Telephony solution consisting of over 1,700 handsets with voice mail, call accounting, and contact center capabilities, as well as a data network supporting the hotel's IP systems and providing 100 per cent wifi coverage throughout the premises.
The figure for the core ICT costs of the council is only just over half this figure.
NTT Com's superior ability to support multinationals that have global requirements is underscored by the company's continued investment in its core ICT infrastructure, global marine cabling, applications and cloud services.
is expected to use as core ICT infrastructure for backing its goal of becoming one of the world's top three providers of medicines for prescription ophthalmic solutions.