e-content

e-content

(Electronic-content) Digital content that can be transmitted over a computer network such as the Internet. See premium content.
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Launched in 2005 and hosted in the Kingdom since 2009, the event is organized by the Bahrain Internet Society (BIS) in cooperation with the E-Government Authority, the World Summit Award (WSA) and the Bahrain Association of IT Companies, the Arab E-Content Award aims to encourage creativity and consolidate inter-Arab cooperation.
KUWAIT Finance House Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain) has won the Bahrain e-Content Award 2011 for its iPhone and BlackBerry-compatible e-Banking application.
Bahrain will host the inaugural Arab e-Content Awards from May 25 to 27 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
announced the launch of Knowledge Builder, a product that will enable users to migrate e-content to knowledgebases.
The members gave their feed-back raising key issues relating to HAIC commitment to international covenants, the development of the media role, in addition to the processing of complaints relating to e-Content.
Endeavor Information Systems has announced that the Maryland Interlibrary Consortium (MIC) is currently implementing both the Voyager integrated library management system and the ENCompass digital management and e-content access system.
25 -- (BNA-- Bahrain is slated hosts the award distribution ceremony for the Arab e-Content Award2013 and the Bahrain e-Content Award 2013 on December 3, under the kind auspices of President of IT and Telecommunications Supreme Committee and Deputy Premier His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, organized by the Bahrain Internet Society (BIS), in cooperation with the E-Government Authority (EGA), the World Summit Award (WSA) and the Bahrain Society for IT Companies.
Shaikh Mohammed will also officially open the expo at 7pm on May 17 during which the winners of this year's Arab e-Content Award and Bahrain e-Content Award will be announced.
The European Association of Information Services (EUSIDIC) will host its EUSIDIC Spring Meeting 2002, the theme of which will be "e-Content: Divide or Rule." According to the announcement, the conference is aimed at knowledge workers and managers, content owners, information providers, digital publishers, information specialists, consultants, and all those who need to keep abreast of the current ideas, strategies, and techniques available for content management.