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Global-ICT 2015 (21)

Global 2015

Theme: Top security threats global businesses will face in 2015

The top security threats global businesses will face in 2015 include bring your own device (BYOD) trends in the workplace, data privacy in the cloud, brand reputational damage, privacy and regulation, cyber crime and the continued expansion of ever-present technology.

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Global-ICT 2014 (18)

Global 2014

Theme: Content and context - the flip side

We object to organisations revealing our personal details but we expose much of it on our own websites. We happily reveal-all on Social Media, yet publish the same information in the press - and it is invasion of personal space. Different people want different privacy at different times, so how do we reach consensus and design cyber privacy standards?

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Global-ICT 2013 (21)

Global 2013

Theme: Innovation in the Digital World

Developments such as digital communications, digital media and the Internet are immensely powerful technological innovations. Such enabling technologies are creating amazing products and services delivered through a variety of new business models. As a result, the ICT sector is experiencing radical changes that are impacting users, companies and entire economies. It’s been described as the most profound shift the world has ever seen. There will be winners and losers. How can companies and countries harness the power of innovation in the digital economy to ensure not only survival but future success?

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Global-ICT 2012 (18)

Global-ICT 2012

Theme: Digital threats in Cyber life

Games of ‘cops and robbers’ are continuing into the digital era. Technology brings clever ways of detecting and preventing crime, with monitoring public places, obtaining digital evidence or pinpointing locations of mobile phones. However, the same technology is also used for sophisticated crimes – organising gang movements, co-ordinating attacks, not to mention digital thefts. Tools of social networking have been at the heart of the Arab Spring, but also aided criminal riots in London. Surveillance cameras capture perpetrators of offences but they also infringe on our liberties. Lawful interception is crucial to state security, but phone tapping of victims in order to sell newspapers is abhorrent to us all. Our industry has to be prepared to cope with both angles of cyber life, navigating carefully between right and wrong, risks and benefits…

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Global-ICT 2011 (17)

Global-ICT 2011

Theme:  Cloud power - for industry, commerce, social networking, at home and on the street.

Most major companies already use the cloud - cloud computing, that is - or are planning to do so within the next few years. Although many of these companies expect to increase their spending on services delivered through the cloud, most are seriously concerned about what services they will use the cloud for, the service providers they will use and the risks they will face - the potential loss of control over their own data and operations and especially the security of their data.

No one doubts the savings cloud-based services can provide, the efficiencies it can bring or even the ‘green’ benefits to be derived, but CIOs and CTOs the world over are beset by doubts regarding both known risks and imponderable possibilities.

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Global-ICT 2010 (20)

Global 2010

Theme: When everything connects

We are moving towards an era when everything and everyone is connected at all times. The value of a network expands exponentially as the number of users increases - but so does the traffic, the power consumption and at times its vulnerability. Network growth involves a wide variety of hardware, software and financial planning and practical considerations. There are also profound economic and social consequences to a highly - pervasively - interconnected world.

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Global-ICT 2009 (16)

Connect-World Global 2009

Theme: Connecting for a better world - opening the doors to progress

Connect-World Global Visionaries, Global Visions 2009 will commemorate the ITU Telecom World 2009 event - Geneva, Switzerland, 5-9 October 2009.

The ITU Telecom World 2009 theme, ‘Connecting for a better world - opening the doors to progress’, speaks to the same concerns that the leaders of government, industry and social institutions that written about in our pages over the years - human, regional and industrial development; access to ICT and information; the impact of new technologies; the viability of ICT business models; government policy; and the impact of ICTs upon the great issues that affect our society such as global warming.

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Global-ICT 2008 (17)

Connect-World Global 2008

Theme: The information society 2015 - corporate responsibility and digital access for sustainable development

The World Summit on the Information Society, WSIS, established a number of goals for the year 2015. Providing the world’s peoples with access - to connect the world’s people in even the remotest regions, its schools, governments, research centres, libraries, hospitals and health centres, cultural centres, museums, post offices and archives - was the primary goal. One of the most important goals set by the WSIS calls for a world where, “more than half the world's inhabitants have access to ICTs within their reach,” by 2015. The WSIS also called for, “ensuring that all of the world's population have access to television and radio services”. 

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Global-ICT 2007 (17)

Connect-World Global 2007

Theme: The world's on a string - using ICT to tie it together!

Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are powerful tools, they are changing the way we work and the way we play. The global economy and the lives of many people have changed dramatically as a result of ICTs, and there is a broad consensus - almost faith - in the ability of ICT to solve many, if not all of the world's problems. The United Nations' World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) concentrated upon the use of ICTs to create an information society and move forward to meet the Millennium Development Goals. Not a day passes without some new notion about how ICT will create a better world. 

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Global-ICT 2006 (23)

Connect-World Global-ICT 2006

Theme: Digital lifelines - building the digital world

Connect-World, from its beginning, has dedicated itself to discussing the impact of ICT upon people, regions and societies throughout the world Global Visionaries, Global Visions 2006 edition will commemorate the ITU Telecom World 2006 event, which will take place in Hong Kong from 4th to 8th December. The theme for Telecom World 2006 is Living the digital world. The event will explore how Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is changing our lives and how the interaction between equipment, services and applications providers is changing how society is structured and how it works.

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Global-ICT 2005 (18)

Connect-World Global 2005

Theme: Building the global information economy

Connect-World series of magazines is the leading magazine in the telecom and ICT industry that brings together the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap between the developed and developing world.

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Global-ICT 2004 (15)

Theme: Challenges and Opportunities for Business Society 2004

Connect-World series of magazines is the leading magazine in the telecom and ICT industry that brings together the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap between the developed and developing world.

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Global-ICT 2003 (29)

Theme: Access To Technology - Leading edge Solutions

Connect-World series of magazines is the leading magazine in the telecom and ICT industry that brings together the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap between the developed and developing world.

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Global-ICT 2002 (12)

Theme: Consolidate and Drive Forward

Connect-World series of magazines is the leading magazine in the telecom and ICT industry that brings together the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap the leading industry players, regulators, associations and governments, to discuss how technological integration and digital inclusion helps reduce the gap between the developed and developing world.

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