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ICTT 2014 - The International Conference on New Trends in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTT) - ICTT2014

Date2014-02-21 - 2014-02-22


VenueAlmaty, Kazakhstan Kazakhstan



Topics/Call fo Papers

There are significant changes happening in IT industry driven by evolutionary changes in social networking, mobile communications and cloud computing. According to the one of predictions outlined by Gartner, through the end of 2014, enterprise software annual revenue will increase 25 percent from where it is today. The Gartner report also suggests that early adopters can gain significantly from emergent ICT offerings either by way of strategic business benefits that accrue over time and/or the ability to disrupt the product-market-space considerably in the future.
An increasing number of smart devices will be controlled by gesture, sound and eye control. It is expected that the global market for speech recognition software products will reach $69.4 billion by 2015. Future buildings, transportation and public spaces will become data-rich systems distributed over a wide range of embedded devices with the ability to capture, compute, communicate, and collaborate around data, thus giving rise to the 'Internet of Things,' as it is widely expected to evolve over time.
According to IDC estimations, by 2020 more than a third of all the data in the Digital Universe will be hosted on or pass via cloud-based platforms.
One can only expect that these ICT developments will impact on any and every organization's long-term plans, programs and initiatives.
The International Conference on New Trends in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTT) will be held on 20th and 21st of February 2014 at Kazakh-British Technical University in Almaty, Kazakhstan. ICTT 2014 is a conference for Central-Asian researchers and analysts in the field of information and communication technology to connect with each other, with others in the international research communities, and with decision makers in industry, so that we can all generate, share and collaborate on ideas for research in various ICT-related fields and their practical applications. We hope that this first step will help the participants in their efforts to create, curate and disseminate ICT related knowledge on a worldwide basis.

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