First ICT Learning Forum 2015
Venue: Diakonia Center
Date: 31-31 Mar 2015
Objectives of the Forum:
- Share new tool Mobile data collection using resource map M‐builder
- Illustrate and discuss on File Security and how we protect privacy file in cloud
- Discuss among participants to expand their learning insight in the area of ICT
- Build up more network and relationship among ICT practitioners and professionals for ongoing learning on ICT matters and related issues.
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