When it comes to IT infrastructure requirements, data centers are a top priority now. It is seen as a key business parameter, and not as an external facility for storage of information and business operation models. Cashing on this thriving need for storing data, Bangladesh too is witnessing a boom
For a financial institution on the brink of collapse, revival is the hardest possible option as the cutthroat money market barely let any injured player to recuperate and come back.
Unless, a true maestro takes charge…
With the swings of his baton, all the dysfunctional organs start orchestrating in the same tune
In the last 3 years Bangladesh has seen a tremendous growth in the information technology (ICT) sector. It has a market of 160 million+ people, where consumer spending is around USD 130 billion+ growing at 6% annually. After Telco’s launched 3G services in 2013, internet penetration in Bangladesh grew by
A half an hour session with Muahammad A Ali, popularly known as Rumee Ali, would enlighten a layman about the banking industry of Bangladesh. An hour long session would almost bring out a banker out of an ordinary person.
Fintech had the privilege of having a session that lasted an hour
Imagine a regular day of yours; to be precise, a day of yours with both evident and sleepy presence of gadgets and gears that translate and record your life in binary codes.
Of course Dhaka is no Los Angles or Seoul or Tokyo but both mobile and internet penetration here have
What are the things you do in your everyday life? Think of the activities that work as a routine for determining your everyday lifestyle. It can be shopping, going to work or studying. How about banking? Can this be a part integrated in your lifestyle? If you go back to the
Over the past ten months, ride-sharing app Uber has altered the way we think about commuting inside the city. Now, by simply downloading a free application in our phones, setting up an account and pressing a button, we can have a driver ready to pick us up in minutes and
When Finance Minister AMA Muhith in June 1 talked about tax measures in his budget speech in parliament, Wasim Hussain, a software engineer and one of the 12 lakh taxpayers of the country, felt something was wrong. Being a practitioner of computer science, Hussain is good with numbers, but he
If the phrase ‘Digital Bangladesh’ refers to a scenario where a Dhaka rickshaw-puller with $5 daily income maintains communication to his family in village through a mobile phone that he owns-then Bangladesh has already become ‘Digital’.
But if the meaning of the phrase reflects a picture in which a significant part
The best outcome of this budget is obviously the protection that our local IT industry gets in terms of production-be it software or hardware. I would say this budget reflects the demand of the IT industry like no other budget.
I remember the day August 6, 2015 when me and the