Unlike the internet, which is a public network of computers, an intranet is a private network of computers that functions only within the boundaries of Tarek Nour Communications.
Moreover, the intranet differs completely from the internet in terms of audience and strategic objectives. It is true however, that an intranet might sometimes use the internet as a vehicle to connect across facilities and locations. Even so, access is still restricted and not available to the general public.
TNCers can now manage their online content, application files and other data through the new Intranet "version 5.0", which will be a core for business processes and distribution of accurate and relevant knowledge to the various stakeholders via a strong authorized engine.
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Ramadana founded by Tarek Nour in the early 90s, was the first tent which set the path to a whole array of Ramadan events in the years after. Every year Ramadana takes a new form, in a new place. Ramadana Tent is back this year @ Porto Cairo Mall. Combining Tradition with Modernity, this year Ramadana's theme will bring this summer's hottest color trends in an Egyptian oldies atmosphere. Ramadana is organized by AAPIC.....
DDB launches Porto October Ramadan Campaign. Porto October is part of Amer Group. The campaign objective is to announce the business segment of investing your money by buying a shop at Porto October.The campaign theme is إلعبها صح... واشتري محلك في بورتو أكتوبر. استثمارك في محله“ ” ....
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Some time ago we wrote about Vancouver-based artist Wendy Tsao, who turns children’s drawings into toys. Telmo Pieper, a Dutch muralist, does a very similar thing: with the help of Photoshop, he digitally recreates his old drawings into realistic versions of his childhood imagination. The Kiddie Arts series features some of the weirdest-looking animals – a shoe-shaped whale, a snail with world’s smallest shell, and an alien looking fly – a great collection of typical boy-ish drawings.
Google is always testing the limits of its all-seeing eye, and the tech giant's newest project puts its relentless reach to good use.
Partnering with Polar Bears International to raise awareness of the species' plight amid a changing climate, Google Maps has created a series of Street View imagestaking you on a tundra tour of the "polar bear capital of the world,"Churchill, Canada.
In a guest post on Google's blog, Polar Bear International chief Krista Wright describes what it tookto create a 360-degree look at this incredibly isolated region:
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