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  • CodersTrust to train and create job opportunities for underprivileged women

    Recently an event titled`Developing the Skills of Women in the Freelancing World' was organised by CodersTrust, an IT training institute at the capital. This project by CodersTrust was aimed towards skill development, training, and employment at free of cost for the disadvantaged woman of the country.

  • ZKTeco's ZKX6550 X-ray inspection system available in BD

    To ensure the security of an organisation’s premises, ZKTeco ZKX6550 X-ray inspection system offers the operator’s ability to identify potential threats.

  • Huawei touts achievements in 5G for Asia-Pacific Innovation Day 2019

    This year’s instalment of the Asia-Pacific Innovation Day was held today at the Waldorf Astoria in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. This year’s theme, “Innovation Enables Asia-Pacific Digitisation”, saw over 200 representatives from a wide range of backgrounds—government, industry and academia included—discuss innovative 5G technologies and applications, along with sustainable development, advanced technology and their visions of the future.

  • Next apple event on the cards

    Apple has sent out invitations for its annual iPhone event which is scheduled for September 10th. It is anticipated that the company will

  • Visa-SSLCOMMERZ brings you the “Save and Save” offer

    SSLCOMMERZ has launched “Save and Save” campaign in partnership with Visa, the global payments solutions, to provide customers a discount of BDT 400* from over 30 merchants in 7 shopping categories when customers use their saved Visa card to make the online payment.

  • OpenStack celebrates 9th Anniversary at BRAC University

    On the occasion of OpenStack's 9th birthday, OpenStack Bangladesh organised a workshop on OpenStack Cloud at CSE Research Lab at BRAC University, Dhaka

  • Divine IT awarded with National Productivity & Quality Excellence Award 2018

    Divine IT Limited has been awarded in the Medium Industry category by Ministry of Industries of Bangladesh at the Institute of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh (IDEB) last Sunday.

  • TigerIT blacklisted for corrupt practices in World Bank funded NID Card project

    TigerIT, one of the largest IT firms of Bangladesh, was blacklisted today by the World Bank. The news broke after a report by Prothom Alo based on a sanction issued by World Bank. In the sanction dated back on April 24, 2019, the Sanctions Board of World Bank imposed sanctions of debarment on TigerIT Bangladesh and Mr. Ziaur Rahman, the CEO of TigerIT for a period of nine years and six months, and six years and six months respectively.

  • Razor Capital invests in Loosely Coupled Technologies

    Razor Capital, through its Luxembourg investment vehicle Monsoon Tech, has concluded due diligence and proceeded in executing its investment in Loosely Coupled Technologies (LCT)

  • Array Network showcases networking and data centre solutions in Dhaka

    Focusing the importance of emerging networking and security trends, Array Networks has organised a summit titled “Reimagine Networking and Data Centres Summit” at Banani Club Limited in the capital city Dhaka on July 18, 2019 (Thursday).

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