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2021 American International Journal of Supply Chain Management  
In response to this unusual 'Great Recession', Bangladesh is exploring the use of technologies to fight back this recession amidst the ongoing social distancing, self-isolation and travel limitations.  ...  or subsidies from the government) to protect Bangladesh economy.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) authority specially, the Vice Chancellor, the Dean (FST), the Associate Dean (FST), the Director (FST  ... 
doi:10.46545/aijscm.v2i1.311 fatcat:bmab3doopvf2po6ooylznzwkme

Quantifying the digital divide: a scientific overview of network connectivity and grid infrastructure in South Asian countries

S M Khan, R L Cottrell, U Kalim, A Ali
2008 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
The PingER project has been measuring the Internet performance for the last decade.  ...  Currently the measurement infrastructure comprises of over 700 hosts in more than 130 countries which collectively represents approximately 99% of the world's Internet-connected population.  ...  Bangladesh SEMEW4[35] has greatly affected the internet connectivity of Bangladesh Before this Bangladesh relied on VSAT for Internet connectivity.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/119/5/052022 fatcat:wan3qgk4mfhkpomqcqp5lkfgay

A study to analyse Bangladeshi consumers' e-commerce security and privacy satisfactions in small to mid-sized enterprises (SMEs)

Shakir Karim, Ergun Gide
2018 Global Journal of Computer Sciences Theory and Research  
Though e-commerce is still not being used comprehensively in Bangladesh and also, not fully convinced of the reliability of using e-commerce in business, this paper will let the users in Bangladesh bring  ...  E-commerce is playing a fundamental part in changing the old economy into a rapid new economy for the world.  ...  Without his contributions and kind support, it would not have been possible for the author to complete the conference paper about e-commerce security and privacy satisfaction in Bangladesh.  ... 
doi:10.18844/gjcs.v8i1.3288 fatcat:uawnd33exjdupbdl6ql34avp6e

Emerging Cyber Threats in Bangladesh: In Quest of Effective Legal Remedies

Ashiquddin Mohammad Maruf, Md Rabiul Islam, Bulbul Ahamed
2014 Northern University Journal of Law  
The most common cyber attacks and crimes are listed below in Bangladesh: Cyber Crime Characterised When internet was developed, the founding fathers of internet hardly had any idea that internet could  ...  Hacking into the Internet account of Barisal DC office in 2003 AD, the incident was revealed after the DC office received a heavily bloated Internet bill and lodged a complaint with the Bangladesh Tar  ... 
doi:10.3329/nujl.v1i0.18529 fatcat:7ctr66hslffr5fklfgwn5jp2iy

Combating Misinformation in Bangladesh: Roles and Responsibilities as Perceived by Journalists, Fact-checkers, and Users [article]

Md Mahfuzul Haque, Mohammad Yousuf, Ahmed Shatil Alam, Pratyasha Saha, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Naeemul Hassan
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper aims to broaden the scope of this discourse by focusing on this problem in the context of Bangladesh, a country in the Global South.  ...  By interviewing journalists, fact-checkers, in addition to surveying the general public, we analyzed the current state of verifying misinformation in Bangladesh.  ...  The Internet use experienced a dramatic growth during the 2010s when mobile phones and internet data became affordable.  ... 
arXiv:2007.12841v1 fatcat:litvekbmk5hzno2k4qxgwbsncm

First man with two mind-controlled prosthetic limbs

Md Sohel Parvez Sumon
2016 Bangladesh Medical Journal  
<p>Abstract not available</p><p>Bangladesh Med J. 2015 Jan; 44 (1): 59-60</p>  ...  It's like the early days of the Internet. ere is just a tremendous amount of potential ahead of us, and we've just started down this road.  ...  When your wife is in the kitchen doing dishes, stand fteen feet behind her and ask her a question, if she doesn't respond keep moving closer asking the question until she hears you." e man goes home and  ... 
doi:10.3329/bmj.v44i1.26361 fatcat:qz2x3mwtlncthkdkea47cr2vue

Estimating the Impacts of Corporate Governance of the Financial Performance on Non-Financial Firms of Bangladesh

Ishtiaq Ahmad, Abid Usman, Khursheed Iqbal, Shams Ur Rehman
2021 Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (JEAS) University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar  
In this study, the authors argue whether the Corporate Governance characteristics influence the firm performance of Non-Financial Firms in Bangladesh.  ...  To study Bangladesh in growing economy is a good topic for study.  ...  It means that the firms' profitability goes down when the board's size is broad, and our result is consistent with the previous result found by Topak (2011) in turkey.  ... 
doi:10.17582/journal.jeas/ fatcat:3psqiuouqvajrhqsiz6vrpkid4

Next generation communication technologies: Wireless mesh network for rural connectivity

Adnan Quadri, Kazi Mehedi Hasan, Montasir Farhan, Elizabeth Anne Ali, Ashir Ahmed
2011 2011 IEEE GLOBECOM Workshops (GC Wkshps)  
The opportunities and challenges of traditional communication technologies in the area of rural communication calls for a change in perspective and usual trends of wire line and wireless connectivity.  ...  These smart communication devices stay connected to the global network through the easy deployment of wireless mesh network (WMN) in a rural area.  ...  All the nodes were configured to have the MAC addresses of at least two other nodes to avoid full fail-over in case any node goes out of operation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocomw.2011.6162331 dblp:conf/globecom/QuadriHFAA11 fatcat:m7ddp7gbt5gz7blvd5ipcsegbe

E-Governance Initiatives in Bangladesh

Shah Mohammad Sanaul Hoque
2021 Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration (BJPA)  
With this estimate, Internet users per 100 population can be calculated as 0.71. In the early years of Internet in Bangladesh, the bandwidth was limited and expensive because of high cost of VSAT.  ...  queries with pull-down menu.  ...  Jamilur Reza Choudhury, "Information Technology in Bangladesh  ... 
doi:10.36609/bjpa.v14i1-2.291 fatcat:hmulf57jifcpvpzwjcqqfvn2ra


AKM Bahalul Haque
2019 International Journal of Managing Information Technology  
Bangladesh being a relatively new member of cyber security arena has its own demand and appeal. Digitalization is happening in Bangladesh for last few years at an appreciable rate.  ...  These devices have their own vulnerability issues as well as the data shared over the internet has a very good chances of getting breached.  ...  Omanisha who has helped me throughout the journey of this research by motivating me.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmit.2019.11103 fatcat:nf6ru3t3ibhtjcf6wvbz4s7lii

Emergence of International and Local Clothing Brands in Bangladesh and Its Impact on Consumers

Abdul Baten, Ahmed Ishtiaque, Adib Sarwar
2018 Asian Business Review  
Already there are several factories and outlets which are very popular with the consumers in Bangladesh. The quality of the products is not the only attraction for consumers to visit these stores.  ...  On the other hand, in developing countries like Bangladesh, India, Pakistan etc. products from foreign countries are preferable than domestic products.  ...  Demand for customized clothing is going down as the age bracket goes up. Except when respondents are hitting 46 or above, the customized clothing demand seems to slightly go up again (25%).  ... 
doi:10.18034/abr.v8i1.44 fatcat:wan23pj2m5cxnji5cdflrmaj3a

Perception of distance learning in Bangladeshi tertiary education: prospects and obstacles in the Covid-19 era

Md. Rahat Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, City University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, S. M. Sabbih Hossain, Assistant Professor, Department of English, City University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
2021 Journal of Social, Humanity, and Education  
Limitations: The data was qualitative in nature and the study only interviewed the university students but not the other stakeholders of that system; in addition, the study did not triangulate the data  ...  Purpose: The key purpose of the study is to understand the university students' perception of a sudden distance learning platform from Bangladesh (a least developed countries' perspective).  ...  But due to the slow speed of internet connection, it is quite difficult to understand when the class is conducted by the respective teachers. Q-3.  ... 
doi:10.35912/jshe.v1i3.532 fatcat:paau7bgjgbgdri2bdl7ffa56sa

Globalization and Cultural Transformation: The Case of Bangladesh

K. M. Atikur Rahman
2014 Asian Culture and History  
This paper is made mainly on cultural changes focusing the impact on moral issue and lifestyle in the Third World.  ...  The study findings would be helpful for the Third World people to be aware of cultural hybridization in the age of globalization.  ...  Rabiul Alam, Hamdard University Bangladesh for creating moral courage and valuable information while writing the paper.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ach.v6n2p1 fatcat:3biypylbrjha7ld7z3tuswpgem

Women's inclusion in digital Bangladesh

Jude William Genilo, Marium Akther, Monami Haque
2015 Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development - ICTD '15  
The study is about women's inclusion in Digital Bangladesh.  ...  The government then furthered the conceptual development of "Digital Bangladesh" and published three documents on building an information society --Digital Bangladesh Strategy in Action, National ICT Policy  ...  The female professional respondent from Sharsha used to have Internet access in the office. But, when she left the job, she needed to access computers and the Internet from the telecentre.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2737856.2737857 dblp:conf/ictd/GeniloAH15 fatcat:anafitkkk5fqrat4im2iubmcn4

Transformation of Retailing in Bangladesh: A Holistic Approach

2020 Journal of Marketing and Consumer Research  
Retailing in Bangladesh is changing rapidly in line with the other countries of the world.  ...  The study aims to identify the nature of changes in retailing in Bangladesh along with the practicing theory of retail changes and waves of retail development by reviewing the articles and contents, secondary  ...  Though the Internet was launched in Bangladesh in December, 1993 that time only e-mail facility was provided through the internet on that time.  ... 
doi:10.7176/jmcr/64-05 fatcat:nj4ndz6tcvgkzb3pemrkku35ci
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