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Welcome to the Gamos ICT WebPages. Here you will find information and resources concerning Gamos' most recent work in ICTs.




Good Practice Paper on ICTs for Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:40
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This report, prepared by Gamos, aims to give an overview of what the OECD Journal on Development members currently know about how ICT use in developing economies can stimulate economic growth and poverty reduction. It draws attention to the cross-cutting applications of ICTs, to their role as tools, not goals, and links their use to development co-operation.

 
New M-Money Report
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:35
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This report, co-authored by Gamos, provides the information needed to assess M-Money as a business opportunity. It outlines the various models and concepts of mobile enabled transactions (Mbanking, Mpayments, Mtransactions), differentiating between the various business models, and illustrating the potentially disruptive nature of some of the models. The different business models are further differentiated in the light of the relevant technologies - eg Near Field Communication, Sim Cards and Combined Smart Cards.

 
Nokia Siemens Networks Report - Towards Effective e-Governance
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:25
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Gamos contributed strongly to NSNs report "Towards effective e-governance: The delivery of public services through local e-content"

 
Ericsson Assessment of M-Content Requirements
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:19
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This summary report presents key findings from a research report produced by the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) with Gamos being the research engine. Funded by Ericsson, the project called on the CTO to describe and analyse the current and future mobile content (m-content) requirements of end-users in India and Uganda. Although some research in this area has recently been undertaken in India it is by no means comprehensive. In Uganda there has been little analysis of the situation despite the fact that an m-content industry has existed for more than ten years. As such, the CTO and Ericsson hope this report will contribute towards improving m-content development in both countries, as well as further a field.

 
M_Governance
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:11
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The Electronic and Mobile Government Knowledge Repository (emGKR) is a global online facility for knowledge transfer, information dissemination, partnership and state-of-the-art research on central and local e/m-government development in Member States.

 
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