Nairobi Addressing over 100 ministers and delegates at the Kenyan-ITU Ministerial forum, ICC Secretary General Jean-Guy Carrier noted that innovations, investments and economic growth will only occur in partnerships where fair and open approaches to Internet governance are sought.
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When it comes to development of the Internet and other information and communication technologies (ICTs), business stands at the forefront – as a dynamic innovator, investor and user, Herbert Heitmann, Chair of the ICC Commission on E-Business IT and Telecoms (EBITT), and Executive Vice President, External Communications, Royal Dutch Shell, told the UN Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD) today in Geneva.
The impact of additional generic top level domain names (gTLDs) to business were highlighted during a gathering of business experts at ICC headquarters earlier this week.
In an article published recently on BusinessCloud9.com, Herbert Heitmann, Chair of the ICC Commission on E-Business, IT and Telecoms and Executive VP, External Communications, Royal Dutch Shell underscores the importance of judicious policymaking to ensure the continued development of cloud computing services.
ICC has published the second edition of its practical and informative tool: An Inventory of ICT Policy Positions and Practical Guidance.
Every day, business plays a crucial role to ensure the network connectivity that so many people around the world take for granted when they click to send an email or logon to the Internet.
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) play an important role stimulating economic growth and development around the world. As a primary innovator and partner in putting ICTs to work, business is a crucial participant at international meetings and forums on such issues.
ICC fully supports proposed changes by the European Commission regarding electronic VAT invoicing, especially the planned abolition of technology-specific requirements for the transmission of electronic invoices.
Two ICC representatives will teach a course on business’ role and priorities regarding Internet policy issues to a diverse group of international students at the European Summer School on Internet governance (Euro-SSIG).
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) will continue to play a major role to ensure long-term economic growth, the ICC Commission on E-business, IT and Telecoms (EBITT) said today.