Posts Tagged with "Government"

LMRA got new website with crystal style. Bahrain No.1 Government website

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

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LMRA, Labour Market Regulatory authority, designed a new website which is having a lot of functions for its users. The Major changes made no new version of website is it will support more then 50 Languages. Because this website is for foreigner workers so it’s a big advantage for workers, This website is currently in […]

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IT security programme held for government employees

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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General Director of Information Technology at the Central Informatics Organisation (CIO) Shaikh Salman bin Mohammed Al Khalifa has announced the start of a Security Awareness Programme for employees from government agencies. The programme has been designed to raise awareness on security and information protection when using computer systems and networks. In a press release issued […]

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Census Bahrain Web Pages prove Popular with Public

Thursday, June 3, 2010

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A website and a Facebook page set up to support the national census have received a good response from the public with 41,121 Internet users visiting the page www.census2010.gov.bh in two weeks and 704 Facebook members accessing the page in just one week. The website and Facebook page were launched as part of a public […]

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Bahrain Duty Free’s website wins e-Economy Award

Sunday, May 30, 2010

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Shopping Complex won the E-Economy Award for the private business sector, during the launch of the Bahrain International e-Government Excellence Award 2010 Programme earlier. The Award was received by the Chairman Farouk Al Moayyed at the awards ceremony held on Sunday, May 16, 2010, at Isa Cultural Centre, under the patronage of Shaikh Mohammed Bin […]

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After Facebook and Youtube, Pakistan Government blocks Twitter

Sunday, May 23, 2010

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After blocking Facebook and Youtube, Pakistani authorities yesterday further widened the crackdown on websites with blasphemous contents by restricting access to popular social networking website Twitter. Pakistani users were unable to log into Twitter after internet service providers blocked access to the site. When users tried to log into site, there browsers displayed a message […]

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