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يشهد عصرنا الحالي تطور معرفي وعلمي هائل، وتقدم تقني بوتيرة متسارعة، وفي تزايد مستمر في كمية البيانات والمعلومات التي نتعامل معها في شتى مجالات الحياة، كذلك لم يعد ممكناً ترك العملية التعليمية بمراحلها المختلفة دون أن تتناول التكنولوجيا الحديثة لمسايرة التطورات السريعة في هذا العصر ، لذا أصبح التطوير والتحديث من خلال التخطيط الجيد من أهم الأهداف التي يسعى خبراء التعليم لتحقيقها لتلبية احتياجات المجتمع. وهكذا تحولت المجتمعات المتقدمة إلى ما يمكن أن نطلق عليه (المجتمعات المعلوماتية(، وهي مرحلة تعتبر امتداداً للمرحلة الصناعية، يعتمد فيها اقتصاد الدول بصورة أساسية على الصناعات المعلوماتية. Continue reading →


Internet of Behaviors

The Internet of Behaviors (IoB) captures the “digital dust” of people’s lives from a variety of sources, and that information can be used by public or private entities to influence behavior. The data can come from a range of sources, from commercial customer data to social media to facial recognition, and as more and more data becomes available, the IoB will capture increasing amounts of information. Additionally, the technology that puts all the data together and draws insight is growing increasingly sophisticated Continue reading →


5G Network

5G networks are the next big thing in mobile internet connectivity. After almost a decade of development, it has finally become a reality in some areas. It offers an unprecedented transmission speed that far surpasses its predecessor, 4G. And since we’re talking gigabytes per second transfer rate, 5G is actually faster than virtually any home broadband available. Continue reading →


Internet of Things

Internet of Things is growing at a ridiculous rate, as evident in this IoT Statistics compilation. As of 2019 alone, there were about 26 billion IoT devices installed around the world.

The pandemic did wipe off around 8.2% of the 14.9% growth forecast that IDC did around November 2019. In specific terms, that translates to $742 billion 2020 global IoT revenue adjusted for the effects of the pandemic (IDC, 2020). However, IDC estimates that global IoT spending will be back on track for a double-digit growth rate in 2021, to mount a CAGR of 11.3% over the 2020 to 2024 forecast period. Continue reading →


Accelerated Digital Transformation

It’s not that industries were ignoring digital transformation before the pandemic. However, they were deploying it at their own pace. In many cases, it meant prioritizing specific processes and functions.

When lockdowns sent workers to their homes, organizations were forced to shape up quickly or shut down. The ones that chose the former had to plunge ahead, installing Zoom, Slack, Microsoft Teams, and others to facilitate communications and manage work at home. Continue reading →


Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently one of the hottest buzzwords in tech and with good reason. The last few years have seen several techniques that have previously been in the realm of science fiction slowly transform into reality [1]. 

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Online Meeting with Google DUO

Be together in the moment

Simple, high quality video calls for smartphones, tablets, computers, and Smart Displays like the Google Nest Hub Max.

Set up Google Duo

Before you set up and use Google Duo you need:

  • A phone number
  • Access to a phone that can receive SMS messages

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Cloud Computing – Deployment Models

Cloud computing refers to using a third-party network of remote servers hosted on the internet to store and manage all your data, rather than local server or personal computer. You can access your documents, photos, videos and any other saved files from any device with internet access. With cloud services you can connect at home, work or on the go via a laptop, desktop, Smartphone or other handheld device. Continue reading →


Cloud Computing – Service Models

Cloud computing architecture refers to the components and subcomponents required for cloud computing. These components typically consist of a front end platform (fat client, thin client, mobile device), back end platforms (servers, storage), a cloud based delivery, and a network (Internet, Intranet, Intercloud). Combined, these components make up cloud computing architecture. Continue reading →