The TRA has officially announced that the UAE will host the Plenipotentiary Conference 2018 (PP18), the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)’s most important meeting,
The UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) director general Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori has warned that rapid global changes to the …
The MoUs are aimed at improving Internet-based researches and activities and enhance the operational efficiency of networks in the Middle East.
The project will develop and integrate the ‘SmartPass’ service of the UAE Federal Government with the ‘Dubai ID’ service into a single system, allowing users to access federal and local government services, by logging in once, from any location, and processing transactions digitally.
As per the three-year agreement, the two parties will work to broaden the IT skills and competencies of government employees as ordinary users, to enable them to effectively use IT in office work.
The new strategy comprises enabling employees to use modern and innovative tools and mechanisms, improve their functionality based on periodic evaluation results in order to keep pace with the rapid developments in the ICT field.
The TRA also reported that 34.5% of all handsets registered on UAE mobile networks in the second quarter were manufactured by Samsung, but none of the company’s flagship phones were ranked in the top eight most popular.
Virgin Mobile is gearing up for its official launch in the UAE in September, according to reports.
According to the agreement, ‘Creative 971’ will enhance and develop the e-commerce sector in the UAE through awareness programmes for start-ups, small and medium businesses.
The event supports TRA’s efforts to develop its IT infrastructure and place the UAE at the forefront of global smart services.