ICT contribution to Sri Lanka and the region logistics sector (Presentation)
to Sri Lanka’s and the region’s logistics sector
Professor Rohan Samarajiva
(drawing from Abu Saeed Khan; After Access Team & Shazna Zuhyle of LIRNEasia & ITU-ESCAP)
Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Sri Lanka, 19 September 2018
Talk at Research for Transport and Logistics Industry 2018 Conference
The slideset used in the speech given as Chief Guest at the closing ceremony of Research for Transport and Logistics Industry 2018 Conference, on 7 July 2018.
APrIGF2018 – Securing continuity and availability of your IOT, beyond malicious hacking
Cybersecurity of developing countries is most at risk!
Comparative broadband quality of service experience measures: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Pakistan and Nepal
Chinese model reforms in Ethiopia
There is little doubt that China has made achievements in the telecom sector.
Tatmadaw chief says Mytel is only public operator in Myanmar
Two years ago, when I presented a paper on Myanmar’s policy challenges at the LKY School of Public Policy in Singapore, the key point that came up in discussion was what role of the military would play in the fourth operator.
Myanmar’s Internet challenges: Do words without substance help?
Google alerted me that a new article had been published on Upgrading Myanmar’s internet connection by the well-funded and hyperactive A4AI.
Satellite backhaul in Myanmar: Who is confused?
A trade publication, Satellite Today, has written about an agreement between a satellite provider and the Ministry of Transport and Communication of Myanmar.
LIRNEasia is a part of Sri Lanka’s national conversation on electricity regulation
Presentation: Learning organization, including international relations
The Learning Organization (and International relations) Monica Kerretts-Makau (PhD) Course on Regulatory Design and Practice Nay Pyi Taw September 2017
Why do activists celebrate Zero Rated Facebook being pulled out of emerging economies?
If anything, it is Facebook that is a bigger culprit or conduit for hate speech, not so much the picture-less/video-less Zero Rated Facebook version.
LIRNEasia research published and Indonesia’s Facebook ban canceled
In early April, the Indonesian government considered banning Facebook amid concerns of privacy breaches and potential abuse of the platform to influence the upcoming presidential elections through fake news and hate speech.
Myanmar will start collecting universal service tax in June
It appears that Myanmar’s universal service strategy has been finalized.
LIRNEasia CEO at 2nd GIG-ARTS Conference in Cardiff, UK
CEO Helani Galpaya was invited to speak in one of the panels at the Second European Multidiscriplinary Conference on Global Internet Governance Actors, Regulations, Transactions and Strategies held 26-27 April 2018 at Cardiff University, Wales.
Facebook: To ban or not to ban?
The Jakarta Post Opinion by Ibrahim Kholilul Rohman and Ayesha Zainudeen The Indonesian government is considering a ban on Facebook amid concerns of privacy breaches and potential abuse of the platform to influence the upcoming presidential elections through fake news and hate speech.
PRESENTATION: Issues of Spectrum Management in the Broadband Era
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