We specialize in developing & supplying modern software & communication systems. We are committed to providing our clients with integrated, cost-effective, and high-quality solutions and services.
Dedicate ICT to create a secure and prosperous world through providing modern, innovative, reliable, efficient, and cost- effective software & communication systems to meet all businesses and individuals needs and aspirations.
We are committed to providing cost-effective high-quality services to our clients. Our specialty is building and customizing business applications to our clients. We hired and work with highly skilled ICT professionals.
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Software Development Experts' core business revolves around the solution and project development services. We develop all phases of the software development for our clients. We strive to provide a total solution to our clients by being able to solve their software development needs. Our development teams consist of highly skilled technical project managers, system and network architects, and experienced software developers who also understand our underlying business goals. We provide consulting services for all phases of software development process, including: Requirements gathering Integration Feasibility study Installation Software analysis Quality assurance Software design User training Coding Support and maintenance Testing Disposition and evolution
Website Development Experts team works with you to understand your business requirements, analyze you needs, design and develop customizable, scalable, maintainable and robust applications. We are expertise in all latest web technologies, for building secure, high quality and low cost solutions. In order to achieve this, we are promoting open source technologies like PHP, MySQL, Java etc., Our web sites are error-free, as we thoroughly check them to avoid any shortcomings. We provide easy-to use interface, and ensure that search engines find your site easily. Mobile App Development Experts offers complete, end-to-end services for mobile application development across all major platforms including Apple iPhone, Google's Android, as well as Microsoft's Windows Mobile. With our extensive experience in the mobile space we cannot just give you a technical hand but can be your strategic partner in leveraging this dynamic mobile world towards increased business efficiency and effectiveness. We believe design is one of key determinants of an application's success and it is our strength. Nothing beats an artistically pleasing User Interface that delivers a smooth flowing user experience. Our design team is filled with creative artists who can think out of the box to come up with trend-setting and unique design patterns while maintaining a perfect user experience. We have one of the most experienced mobile application development team. From simple games, to complex enterprise level apps – we have done it all. We have taken it a level further with apps that work with external hardware like a credit card readers and armbands to monitor metabolic activities. Always at the cutting edge of technology, this is indeed a team you can depend on.
Computer networks are designed and implemented according to size, topology, performance requirements, geographical extent and many other factors. In addition, it is essential that the network is reliable and performs correctly and on time while being able to prioritize network traffic. Atlas Co., Ltd. creates the best customized plan in interaction with the requested organization that matches the needs and available budget. The network design process begins with a comprehensive assessment of the existing network as well as current needs and future goals. Whether you need to improve the performance of your current network or are looking to start from scratch with a complete redesign different types of computer networks: Local Area Network (LAN) Wide Area Network (WAN) Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Storage Area Network (SAN) Metropolitan Area Network (MAN Advantage of design by us Evaluation of the existing network in terms of infrastructure, components and services for feasibility of use in the new network Network design with the best performance criteria such as throughput, delay, working time, etc. Network upgrade to the latest available technologies Design with high security to protect organizational data Reduce downtime and improve network availability Determining the required bandwidth according to all the equipment in the network, including servers, printers, VoIP phones and Internet of Things devices. Special attention to technologies such as streaming and virtual reality Accurate site assessment to determine available access points Power over Ethernet (PoE) design to access DC power supply
Communication Network Experts specializes in the design and installation of data communication networks with an emphasis on new construction and corporate relocations. Regardless of the number of computers in your network or the distances between these computers, Experts can provide you with best technologies needed to connect you with the world ensuring the highest possible performance and meet the highest QoS needs. We also offer wireless access points, card access and surveillance, VoIP systems, CCTV/CATV installation and CAD documentation services, Total Systems Management Solutions and Total Security Solutions, in addition to, Total Hardware Services including Networking infrastructure, IP Telephony, Video Conferencing, Security, Data Center infrastructure and cabling infrastructure.
ICT Consulting Information & Communication Technology (ICT) is actually a specialized approach to information technology, considering communication aspects. Development and optimization of data centers, software, cloud computing, cybersecurity, mobile phones, research and support networks are among the work priorities of the ICT field. Various organizations and institutions can use an ICT consultant to achieve their goals. Evaluation of the design, structure and efficiency of the systems under the field of information and communication technology is one of the things to be advised. In fact, the consultant provides solutions to improve the information and communication technology system by assessing the needs of the said collection. This needs assessment can include security, technical infrastructure, connections and organizational data protection. Advantages of ICT consulting services Preventing employees from engaging in tasks outside of their expertise and field of activity Minimizing the possibility of error in using the consultant’s experience Helping business find the best solutions to improve structures and approaches Maintaining cyber security with keeping updated structures against current cyber threats To be Cost-Effective with paying certain fee instead of costs associated with full-time employees
ICT Project Management IT project management is the process of planning, organizing and delineating responsibility for the completion of an organizations' specific information technology (IT) goals. IT project management includes overseeing projects for software development, hardware installations, network upgrades, cloud computing and virtualization rollouts, business analytics and data management projects and implementing IT services. In addition to the normal problems that can cause a project to fail, factors that can negatively affect the success of an IT project include advances in technology during the project's execution, infrastructure changes that impact security and data management and unknown dependent relationships among hardware, software, network infrastructure and data. IT projects may also succumb to the first-time, first-use penalty which represents the total risk an organization assumes when implementing a new technology for the first time. Because the technology hasn’t been implemented or used before in the organization, there are likely to be complications that will affect the project’s likelihood of success. Managing the Project These five process groups comprise the project management life cycle and are universal to all projects. The specific phases within a project, however, are unique to each project and represent the project life cycle. Initiation – the project goal, need or problem is identified. The project manager is assigned to the project and the project charter is created. Planning – the project manager and the project team work together to plan all of the needed steps to reach a successful project conclusion. The project planning processes are iterative in nature and it’s expected that planning will happen often throughout the project. Execution – once the project plan has been created, the project team goes about executing the project plan to create the deliverables of the project. The project can shift to project planning as needed throughout project execution. Monitoring and controlling – as the project is being executed by the project team, the project manager monitors and controls the work for time, cost, scope, quality, risk, and other factors of the project. Monitoring and controlling is also an ongoing process to ensure that the project addresses its targets for each project objective. Closing – at the end of each phase and at the end of the entire project, project closure happens to ensure that all of the work has been completed, is approved, and ultimately transferred ownership from the project team to operations. Managing the Project Knowledge Areas There are ten project management knowledge areas. These ten knowledge areas segment different actions completed by the project manager throughout the project. The ten project management knowledge areas are: Project scope management: the project scope is defined, documented, and approved. The project scope is protected from unauthorized changes, edited with approved changes, and validated by the project stakeholders for project acceptance. Project schedule management: the project schedule is defined first by the working hours of the project, any project milestones, and ultimately a project deadline. The project team’s availability throughout the project is documented and planned accordingly. The project manager will work with the project team to identify the project tasks and task duration estimates in order to create a project timeline. Project costs management: the costs of the project are estimated so that a budget for the project can be assigned. Project costs include materials, services, facilities, software licenses, and other expenses attributed directly to the project. Project quality management: what constitutes quality in the project is defined in specific metrics and agreed upon among the stakeholders as early in the project as possible. Quality assurance programs and policies direct the project work, while quality control inspects the project work to confirm that quality has been ascertained in the work. Project human resources management: the project manager works with the project team to verify that each team member is completing their assignments, working well with others, and that their participation and performance is reported to their respective managers. Project communications management: stakeholders will need information from the project manager will need to provide information to the project manager throughout the project life cycle. This knowledge area create a communications management plan that address who will need what information, when the information is needed, and the best modality for the communications. Project risk management: risks are situations, events, conditions that can threaten, and sometimes benefit, the objectives of the IT project. Risks must be identified, analyzed, and a response created for the risk event. The probability and impact of each risk event is evaluated to create a risk score to justify the costs needed to manage the risk event. Project procurement management: should the project need to purchase goods or services, a formal process for procurement will need to be created. The plan should address the project’s selection of contract type, administration of the contract, purchasing audits, and contract closeout. Many project managers do not manage procurement, but defer to the organization’s centralized procurement or purchasing department and processes. Project stakeholder management: stakeholders are anyone that has a vested interest in the project. Stakeholder management is the identification, inclusion, and communication with the groups of project stakeholders. It manages the anxieties and concerns the stakeholders may have about the project work. Project integration management: this special knowledge area is the coordination of the events in all of the other knowledge areas. How well the project manager performs in one knowledge directly affects the performance of the other knowledge areas. Project integration management examines the interactions and contingencies among the knowledge areas to ensure that the project is adequately planned, executed, controlled and closed. These ten knowledge areas are to be managed iteratively throughout the project. With the exception of procurement, a project manager will likely encounter all ten of these knowledge areas in every project. There is no set order in which the areas should be managed, but rather the project manager shifts to the appropriate knowledge and processes based on what’s occurring within the project. IT Project Life Cycle There are several different approaches to managing an IT project that affect the project life cycle. Organizations can select one of these popular approaches to help reduce the risk of expensive rework, risks from quickly changing technology, or expansive planning at the launch of the project. The project life cycle of a typical IT project moves through iterations of planning, executing, and controlling until the project is ultimately closed and transferred into operations. However, there are three distinct IT project management life cycles: Predictive life cycle: this is the most common and traditional project life cycle for IT projects. In this approach the project manager and the project team first define the project scope, project schedule, and expected project costs before the project execution begins. As part of the project planning it’s typical for the phases of the project to be defined (each phase does a specific type of project work). In order for the project to move from its initiation to its closure each phase must be started and completed in the specific order as planned. This type of approach is sometimes called a waterfall approach as the project “waterfalls” down the phases of the project. Iterative life cycle: this approach to IT project management requires that the project management be defined early in the project, but the cost estimates and activity duration estimating are planned at a higher level early in the project. As the project execution occurs costs and duration estimates are created for the most imminent work through iterations of planning. The iterative life cycle also plans for iterations of benefits released to the organization. For example, an iterative life cycle may create a new software with more features with each new release as part of the project. Adaptive life cycle: this project life cycle also uses an iteration of planning and executing, but the planning that typically last for two weeks. This approach uses a rolling wave of planning and executing through short bursts of both planning and executing. Change is expected in this approach to the IT project and it’s ideal for software development project. Agile project management and Scrum are examples of the adaptive life cycle. All of these life cycles use the concept of phases to move the project work forward. A phase describes the type of work that will take place in that portion of the project. The project manager, the organizational requirements, and even customer requirements can influence what type of project life cycle the project manager will adapt in the project. ICT Consulting Information & Communication Technology (ICT) is actually a specialized approach to information technology, considering communication aspects. Development and optimization of data centers, software, cloud computing, cybersecurity, mobile phones, research and support networks are among the work priorities of the ICT field. Various organizations and institutions can use an ICT consultant to achieve their goals. Evaluation of the design, structure and efficiency of the systems under the field of information and communication technology is one of the things to be advised. In fact, the consultant provides solutions to improve the information and communication technology system by assessing the needs of the said collection. This needs assessment can include security, technical infrastructure, connections and organizational data protection. Advantages of ICT consulting services Preventing employees from engaging in tasks outside of their expertise and field of activity Minimizing the possibility of error in using the consultant’s experience Helping business find the best solutions to improve structures and approaches Maintaining cyber security with keeping updated structures against current cyber threats To be Cost-Effective with paying certain fee instead of costs associated with full-time employees
The demand for cybersecurity professionals continues to rise along with the rates of attacks and increases in cybersecurity budgets. The imbalance of the amount of skilled cybersecurity workers along with the high demand to fill cybersecurity positions has caused a cybersecurity skills shortage. By 2021, there wil be 3.5 Million unfilled cybersecurity jobs globally. Ref. VARONIS Below are some facts about the cyberurity jobs statistics: 50% of large enterprises (with over 10,000 employees) are spending $1 million or more annually on security, with 43% spending $250,000 to $999,999, and just 7% spending under $250,000. (Cisco) 82% of employers report a shortage of cybersecurity skills. (ISSA) 61% of companies think their cybersecurity applicants aren’t qualified. (ISSA) The cybersecurity unemployment rate is 0% and is projected to remain there through 2021. (CSO Online) It’s predicted that by 2021, 100% of large companies globally will have a CISO position. (Cybersecurity Ventures) By 2021, it’s projected that there will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs globally. (Cybersecurity Ventures) Information Security Analysts job positions in the US are expected to grow 32% from 2018–28. (Bureau of Labor Statistics) Computer Network Architect job positions in the US are expected to grow 5% from 2018–28. (Bureau of Labor Statistics) Computer Programmer job positions in the US are expected to decline 7% from 2018–28. (Bureau of Labor Statistics) Since 2016, the demand for Data Protection Officers (DPOs) has skyrocketed and risen over 700%, due to the GDPR demands. (Reuters) 500,000 Data Protection Officers are employed (IAAP) 66% of cybersecurity professionals struggle to define their career paths (ISSA) 60% of cybersecurity professionals aren’t satisfied with their current job (ISSA) Are you interested in entering the field of cybersecurity? If yes, now is the time as the job field and average salary is only projected to grow.
StegoTime provides an excellent, simple, flexible solution to protect your patient data, while it is stored on your computer, local server, or cloud; or while it is exchanged across the Internet. Simpley, use Stegotime to hide the patient data in an image of your choice (e.g., your patient photo), authroize your patient or any other person who is legally authroized to access this data, and store it or send it to them by email. You can be sure that no one can disclose the data except you, your paient, and those whom you authroized. As a doctor you have an ethical, legal and contractual duty to protect patient confidentiality. Under data protection law, those responsible for patient data are legally obliged to store it securely and protect it from unauthorized or unlawful processing. The General Medical Council (GMC) guidance on confidentiality states that “you must make sure any personal information about patients that you hold or control is effectively protected at all times against improper access, disclosure or loss”. You must make sure that identifiable patient data is not improperly disclosed in any circumstances. An inadvertent breach of patient confidentiality could result in you facing patient complaints or even a trust disciplinary or GMC investigation. Communicating via Mobile Apps NHS guidance for doctors using mobile apps which lack proper security features – such as WhatsApp – advises that “it should never be used for the sending of information in the professional healthcare environment.” The guidance warns that, as a consumer service, WhatsApp “does not have a service level agreement (SLA) with users and has no relevant data security certification” and, as such, should not be used to send patient information or details of clinical cases to colleagues. Data Storage on Portable Devices When used with care, portable storage devices are a valuable and convenient way to store and transfer data. However, since mobile devices are particularly vulnerable to loss or theft, security and best practice should be your first priority. Avoid storing identifiable personal data on personal mobile devices, such as memory sticks, laptops or personal mobile phones, which risk being misplaced or accessed by other people. Familiarise yourself with your trust's information security policy and the name of the person in charge of data security. Always follow trust procedures on the use of mobile devices, laptops and portable data storage. If you are worried about whether you should use a portable storage device at work, talk to your trust information officer for advice. Encryption and password protection of data held on mobile devices would be considered to be standard practice. Make sure you only transfer or store information in line with your trust's information security policies, and take care not to mix professional and personal data. There can be particular dangers where doctors use the same devices for both professional and personal use. Follow relevant GMC and NHS guidance and get to know your legal requirements under data protection law. If you lose any data, report the incident to the nominated senior person in your organisation immediately. They can then take appropriate action and inform patients, if necessary.
There have been an exponential increase in the amount and severityof large-scale, well-publicized data breaches. With data breaches occurring regularly, people have become desensitized to them. This isn’t good, since the protection of data has never been more important. Not only are business required to announce that a data breach has occured, they are also obligated to pay fines due to regulations in accordance with GDPR The seriousness of data breaches has cost some companies their entire business, and the predictions don’t look good: according to reports from Teramind, 231,354 data records are lost or stolen in a 60-minute period. What is a data breach? A data breach is a security incident of unauthorized release of private and sensitive information. The most frequent scenario is when a cybercriminal infiltrates a database and compromises sensitive data, whether it’s just merely that data or copying, transmitting or using it in any way. Data breaches can expose personal information, financial information such as credit card numbers from individuals and corporate secrets, their software codes, customers and even intellectual property, as in the major Sony breach. After a data breach, losses may result from an attacker impersonating someone from the targeted network and his gaining access to otherwise secure networks. If regulatory compliances are violated, the organization suffering the data breach can face legal fines. Why do data breaches happen? Data breaches can happen for a number of reasons; targeted attacks can lead to the compromise of identity, money theft, or it can even happen accidentally. Unfortunately, data breaches are mostly performed by cybercriminals. In a classic example, an attacker gains access to a corporate or organization’s private network where he can steal data from employees, or even go further and steal sensitive data from the organization’s database — containing information about customers, manufacturers, product development secrets, etc. A big issue with these kinds of breaches is that the attack and infiltration into the network can go undetected for long periods of time. Sometimes, they never get detected. Hackers attack every 39 sec, on average 2,244 times a day. Ref. VARONIS Some data breach and hacking statistics are presented below to help quantify the effects of these attacks. Security breaches have increased by 11% since 2018 and 67% since 2014. Hackers attack every 39 seconds, on average 2,244 times a day. The average time to identify a breach in 2019 was 206 days. The average lifecycle of a breach was 314 days (from the breach to containment). 500 million consumers, dating back to 2014, had their information compromised in the Marriott-Starwood data breach made public in 2018. 64% of Americans have never checked to see if they were affected by a data breach. 56% of Americans don’t know what steps to take in the event of a data breach. The average cost of a data breach is $3.92 million as of 2019. 83% of enterprise workloads will move to the cloud by the year 2020. In 2016, 3 billion Yahoo accounts were hacked in one of the biggest breaches of all time. In 2016, Uber reported that hackers stole the information of over 57 million riders and drivers. Uber tried to pay off hackers to delete the stolen data of 57 million users and keep the breach quiet. In 2017, 412 million user accounts were stolen from Friendfinder’s sites. In 2017, 147.9 million consumers were affected by the Equifax Breach. In 2018, Under Armor reported that its “My Fitness Pal” was hacked, affecting 150 million users. 18 Russians, 19 Chinese individuals, 11 Iranians and one North Korean were involved in indictments for their alleged state-sponsored espionage against the United States. 53% of companies had over 1,000 sensitive files open to every employee.