Comtrust helps students unravel e-complexities

Students of Abu Dhabi Women’s College (ADWC) were recently invited by Comtrust, the e-solutions business unit of Etisalat for a training seminar in the challenges facing e-business.

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By  Paul Barthram Published  May 18, 2003

Students of Abu Dhabi Women’s College (ADWC) were recently invited by Comtrust, the e-solutions business unit of Etisalat for a training seminar in the challenges facing e-business.

Key issues highlighted during the seminar included online security, dedicated e-hosting and online payment transactions (OPT).

“As the premier provider of e-solutions in the Middle East, we recognise the future of this industry lies in the hands of some of the students we have met. With this in mind it is imperative that we provide them with skills and experiences, which will help them establish a successful career in information technology,” said Ahmad Abdul Karim Julfar, general manager of Comtrust.

“The focus of these seminars is to ensure that tomorrow’s IT leaders, can see at first hand, the requirements and business considerations of e-business in the Middle East today,” said Julfar.

IT professionals from Comtrust presented the seminars, which were designed to give students an overview of key issues facing organisations implementing e-business strategies throughout the Middle East today.

Students were also given a detailed brief on the business benefits of dedicated e-hosting, which allows organisations to outsource their IT and Internet requirements to companies with the expertise and facilities to manage applications on a daily basis.

“The courses provided at the Abu Dhabi Women’s College are now producing some top quality graduates, ensuring a constant source of well-educated professionals to the IT community. Hopefully, the additional seminars and visit program Comtrust is offering, gives students the opportunity to put some of the theory they have learnt into a practical sense, by observing it in a ‘live’ environment,” commented Julfar.

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