Just a case Situation Analysis of a sample district Baitadi in Nepal for it’s local eGovernance: SWOT Analysis of Local eGovernance in Nepal
For references, let’s have a look at the eGovernment eServices as listed in Nepal Government Official Portal and compare the situation analysis for a sample district Baitadi in Western region of Nepal.
It’s not a buzz. It’s a necessity. It’s what third world nations should thrive to live in the next generation of communication world. The context is the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) being held in Dubai now, December 3 -14. The conference has been largely both criticized and at the same time admired with the huge participation of representative members from many nations, which brings in the brain stroming over the current ITR binding of the global treaty for the telcos industry including the Internet.
A series of studies have been done around the social networks to determine which technology will be the next to be phased out from your office. The possible technology to be expired or bid farewell from your office include: Continue reading →
For those of us who are over concerned with the privacy and tracking issues with the Google giant, there has been many alternatives search engines that don’t track user activities. DuckDuckGo is a crowd-sourced search engine highlighting that they don’t record user activities. In their own words, “We don’t track or bubble you!” Now, if you use DDG frequently you can have your own personalized DuckDuckGo homepage using your Twitter account – here is how.
A couple of days back, I could not open my Google Appsemail URL. This had never happened to me with Google services before. Then I quickly changed my subdomain to the main domain, and surprised to see my personal website cum blog has been blocked by MICT (Thai Ministry of Information and Communication Technology). However, the next morning I could successfully login back again. This was the case with HTTP URL protocol only, because I could still access mails via email clients in iPhone and Microsoft Outlook 2010.
As of now, Internet Censorship in Thailand is limited to website access only. By 2012, Thailand will most probably follow the current practices of China and India and require that the major international companies offering search and communications place servers for Thai users inside of Thailand ~ quoted.
“The Internet is for everyone” is the motto of 12th CAN Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Conference going to be organize in Kathmandu this January 29-30 on the periphery of the 18th CAN Infotech Mela – the biggest IT exhibition in the country. This conference is jointly organized by Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) and Internet Society, Nepal Chapter; and supported by various government agencies. While Nepal is struggling to fully utilize the technological advancements in spite of many political hurdles, conferences as such would greatly impact ICT4D of the country.
A news published by the Bangkok Post on 29th August, 2011 reads the new Thai ICT Minister has vowed to make good on the government’s promise to provide free public WiFi hotspot services within three months. However, it is until now (December 27th, towards the end of the 4th month of announcement) only they have again words on introducing free public WiFi with initial coverage on the Greater Bangkok onward December 28th with as much as 20 thousand hotspot locations. They are working to double the number of hotspots within October next year.
If I ask you one question – which is your favorite site? what do you reply or ask you – apart from your Facebook and Gmail (or other email site) which is the first website which comes into your mind, what would you reply?
Bathroom blogging sometimes is so good that there lies an entire universe of ideas. Happened to had, which are the websites that I have to visit to refresh my mood and get some intellects plus while I was referring myself to a visit in TED. Continue reading →
The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) Thailand, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) has been organizing the Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on ICT Applications from 18-21 May 2011 at UNCC, Bangkok, Thailand to mark the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD). The focus of the forum is on creative economy thru ICT, and ICT Applications in various eServices. Continue reading →
Hi, this is Ekendra!
I've been helping Nepal Government implement their e-Governance framework and ICT4D need for better e-Service delivery since 2014.
And, rest of the time I help businesses grow by bringing their target customers via the power of Social Media and Knowledge Management (the then SEO).