British University in Egypt

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  • White Papers // Oct 2013

    Proposed Model of GIS-based Cloud Computing Architecture for Emergency System

    Recent emergency situations in the world display the inclination that the occurrence frequency of natural catastrophes is anticipated to increase in future. Thus new approaches for crisis administration need to be elaborated based on the newest IT expansion. Cloud computing is advised as possible way to smaller the cost and...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Intelligent Word-Based Spam Filter Detection Using Multi-Neural Networks

    SPAM e-mails have a direct cost in terms of time, server storage space, network bandwidth consumptions and indirect costs to protect privacy and security breaches. Efforts have been done to create new filters techniques to block SPAM, however spammers have developed tactics to avoid these filters. A constant update to...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Modified SET Protocol for Mobile Payment: An Empirical Analysis

    The wide spread of using handheld devices offers an opportunity for mobile devices to be used as a universal payment method. However, some issues impede the widespread acceptance of mobile payment; for example: privacy protection, limited capability of mobile devices, and limited bandwidth of wireless networks. In ecommerce payment, Secure...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    The Effect Of Mergers And Acquisitions On Bank Performance In Egypt

    Recent economic reforms in Egypt have significantly improved its macroeconomic indicators and financial sector. Banks have witnessed significant merger and acquisition activity as a result of these reforms in attempts to privatize and strengthen the banking sector. This study measures the performance of Egyptian banks that have undergone mergers or...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Modified SET Protocol for Mobile Payment: An Empirical Analysis

    The wide spread of using handheld devices offers an opportunity for mobile devices to be used as a universal payment method. However, some issues impede the widespread acceptance of mobile payment; for example: privacy protection, limited capability of mobile devices, and limited bandwidth of wireless networks. In ecommerce payment, Secure...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    The Effect Of Mergers And Acquisitions On Bank Performance In Egypt

    Recent economic reforms in Egypt have significantly improved its macroeconomic indicators and financial sector. Banks have witnessed significant merger and acquisition activity as a result of these reforms in attempts to privatize and strengthen the banking sector. This study measures the performance of Egyptian banks that have undergone mergers or...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Oct 2013

    Proposed Model of GIS-based Cloud Computing Architecture for Emergency System

    Recent emergency situations in the world display the inclination that the occurrence frequency of natural catastrophes is anticipated to increase in future. Thus new approaches for crisis administration need to be elaborated based on the newest IT expansion. Cloud computing is advised as possible way to smaller the cost and...

    Provided By British University in Egypt

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Intelligent Word-Based Spam Filter Detection Using Multi-Neural Networks

    SPAM e-mails have a direct cost in terms of time, server storage space, network bandwidth consumptions and indirect costs to protect privacy and security breaches. Efforts have been done to create new filters techniques to block SPAM, however spammers have developed tactics to avoid these filters. A constant update to...

    Provided By British University in Egypt