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  • AE: Meet 'smart assistant' of RAK Police

    The new device has been named 'Mueen Al Zaki' or Smart Assistant'.

    The Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) Police, as part of the nationwide Innovation Week, has launched its first virtual police assistance to provide a variety of most needed services for the public.

    Lt-Col Mohammed Al Ahmad, director of the electronic services and communications department with the RAK Police, said the new invention has been derived from a popular animation character.

  • AE: mGovernment transformation need cooperation

    Major move seen as another turning point in UAE history

    Close cooperation between government and non-government entities and telecommunication operators in the UAE is required to achieve the transformation from eGovernment into mGovernment, Ahmad Abdul Karim Julfar, the Chief Executive Officer of Etisalat Group told Gulf News on the side lines of the Mobile Government Forum.

    He described this transformation as a drastic leap in the governmental system.

  • AE: MoH and DHA launch healthcare e-applications at Gitex

    From telemedicine to self-check-in portals at hospitals, a range of smart applications that will make life more connected for patients in the UAE have been launched at Gitex.

    The Ministry of Health (MoH) and Dubai Health Authority (DHA)on Monday launched e-applications that will put healthcare in the UAE on the world map for futuristic and smart usage in healthcare settings.

    Plans are also to promote the “Dubai Model for Smart Health Management” and launch it from Dubai to the world.

  • AE: Mohammed launches Best m-Government Service Award

    His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice -President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has launched the “Best m-Government Service Award”, an initiative to motivate government agencies to provide innovative solutions in the field of smart phone applications, mobile websites and SMS.

    His Highness Shaikh Mohammed emphasised that “the launch of the new award was in line with the m-Government initiative which was launched last week to define the future e-government that will be racing against time to identify and fulfill the public needs around the clock in an innovative manner that will exceed their expectations.”

  • AE: Mohammed launches Mobile Government

    His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, today announced the post e-Government era with the launch of the ‘Mobile Government’ (m-Government) initiative, marking a significant breakthrough in the delivery of government services to the public through their mobile phones, anywhere and round-the-clock.

    Emphasizing the need to focus on measures to further enhance government services, His Highness Shaikh Mohammed called for creative efforts to provide services on par with global standards, adding that an innovative government thinks ahead and breaks the routine to become No 1.

  • AE: MoI launches e-training programme

    The Ministry of Interior recently launched the e-training programme, in cooperation with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, which is designed for training a number of national experts in various sectors.

    This step reflects the UAE government’s vision and the Ministry of Interior’s strategy to achieve sustainable development and ensure a smooth transition to e-government.

  • AE: MoL launches E-services award

    As part of the mGovernment initiatives, the Ministry of Labour (MoL) launched the E-services and smartphones applications award.

    The award has four main categories and applications will be accepted from July 15 to September 15. Winners will be announced in a special ceremony to be held during the 35th edition of Gitex Technology Week 2015, in Dubai.

  • AE: More Dubai residents getting a ‘smart’ start

    DubaiNow — an app for all city services — aims to offer citizens and residents a one-stop-shop experience for all government interactions.

    The acceleration of digital services in Dubai is evident as the outbreak of Covid-19 has compelled residents to switch more to online services. And Smart Dubai’s popular application, DubaiNow, is gaining popularity as registered users have soared to 515,000, said Wesam Lootah, CEO of the Smart Dubai Government Establishment.

  • AE: New e-services launched by housing body

    This service saves time and effort for customers

    The second phase of the new e-services has been launched by the Mohammad Bin Rashid Housing Establishment’s engineering surveillance department.

    The services that will be made use of by contractors allows for applying for a financial payment project implemented by contractors electronically without the need to physically visit the establishment as is the case now.

  • AE: New study shows digital preparedness helped organizations adapt to COVID-19

    The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has recently released the results of an in-depth study of how the relationship between technology, business and people evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic. The EIU heard from business leaders across eight distinct industries about the challenges and opportunities the disruption created for organizations and how digital initiatives shifted to confront a new reality.

    “Every company is a digital company in the post pandemic era and the past year has fundamentally changed the way businesses must evolve in the new normal,”said Ihsan Anabtawi, Chief Operating and Marketing Officer, Microsoft UAE. “ The research with EIU unveils an in-depth analysis on how the relationships between technology, businesses and individuals have evolved. This means we will have to invest in people and their capacity in creating new solutions that meet the challenges of a rapidly changing economy.”

  • AE: Notary public offices to operate 12 hour a day

    Twar and Al Barsha branches to open from 8am-8pm from May 1

    Dubai Courts Department’s (DCD) notary public offices at Al Twar and Al Barsha will start operating 12 hours a day from May 1.

    “The notary public offices at both branches [Twar and Barsha] will be operating fully and rendering all services from 8am until 8pm daily to all clients. This step has been set to satisfy and meet all the needs of our clients and strategic partners,” said the DCD’s General Director Taresh Al Mansouri on Tuesday.

  • AE: Notary public services in Ras Al Khaimah Courts go online

    Customers may now submit any of the listed requests to the notary public online and pay due fees as well with no need to appear in person at the counter.

    Enforcement officer and judge can communicate electronically

    One can apply for notary public services and make payments for the same now online at the Ras Al Khaimah Courts.

  • AE: Online government services seeing growth in Dubai

    The government in Dubai has launched a new online public services initiative, designed to make access easier and faster. Known as Dubai Smart Government (DSG), the scheme replaces the existing e-government system and is set to open digital doors to a broad range of business opportunities.

    dubai_ICTThe goal is to make all government services that can be provided electronically to be available via smart devices within two years, further reducing the need to visit official offices. A set of detailed policies, guidelines and criteria for state agencies is being developed, coordinated by DSG to ensure that all organisations will be aligned towards the same goal.

  • AE: Plan your summer vacation the smart way

    Impulsive travel is on the rise in country thanks to specialised smartphone apps, survey finds

    Summer in the UAE is one of the most-awaited seasons of the year. With semester exams almost over and school gates closed for about two months, it is an attractive time for families to plan trips to foreign lands to beat the heat.

    According to the latest survey revealed by research group YouGov ME this year, more families from the Middle East are jetting off to new destinations and contributing towards tourism figures. Around 64 per cent of 2,000 respondents said they have travelled with their children in the last 12 months.

  • AE: Police commander vows to deliver more eServices

    The Commander of Dubai Police, Maj. Gen. Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, has said the Force would roll out more eServices in the next two years.

    “We want to create as many avenues as possible for people to contact us,” said Al Mazeina.

    He urged his electronic cadres to “devise means of offering security services to the public through electronic applications.”

  • AE: Prosecution announces new e-services

    New electronic services like an ‘electronic prosecution number’ application were announced by the Dubai Public Prosecution at Gitex 2012 on Monday.

    A Press conference was held to announce the services on the sidelines of Gitex, attended by Youssef Hasan Al Mutaweh, Senior Advocate-General; Khalifa bin Demas, Advocate-General and head of the Technical Office; and Hind Al Zarouni, Director of the IT Department at the Public Prosecution.

  • AE: RAK courts registers first electronic case

    RAK courts has registered first remote electronic case

    Ras Al Khaimah courts have registered the very first civil electronic case in a project launched in cooperation with e-Government to offer ten new services to clients.

    This came as part of the third workshop that was held at e-Gov headquarters for the advocates and the representatives of 13 licensed law firms at the Ras Al Khaimah courts, with the attendance of the head of the courts for them to be trained practically regarding electronic registration of cases and supplying them with the necessary programmes, user names and passwords.

  • AE: RAK govt, Cisco ink deal to boost key sectors

    The undertaking is a reflection of the emirate's commitment to continuous enhancement of its services to all its residents.

    The Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah and Cisco Systems recently signed a memorandum of enderstanding that establishes a working relationship in the areas of education, commerce, healthcare and e-government.

    The undertaking is a reflection of the emirate's commitment to continuous enhancement of its services to all its residents, according to the Ras Al Khaimah media office.

  • AE: Ras Al Khaimah e-Govt offers 200 smart services

    The RAK eGovernment Authority maximises its effort to totally convert into a user friendly electronic platform where many smart services are available.

    The highly interactive RAK eGovernment platform, better known as rak.ae, has attracted up to 920,000 visitors locally and abroad this year so far.

    Customers had a chance to avail the 200 smart services easily accessible at the official platform of the RAK eGovernment in the first 10 months of the year, according to a top official.

  • AE: Residents can e-report traffic violations

    The directorate receives documented reports attached with photographs and videos from the public about traffic law violations.

    The Traffic and Patrols Directorate in Abu Dhabi will be receiving reports about traffic-related incidents from the public through an e-Government application called CityGuard.

    Brigadier Hussein Ahmed Al Harithi, Director of Traffic and Patrols Directorate, said the directorate receives documented reports attached with photographs and videos from the public about traffic law violations.

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