Pakistani Students Tested Pakistan’s 1st Circular Airplane…
Posted on 21 April 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 2,843
Pakistani Students Tested Pakistan’s 1st Circular Airplane…
Posted on 14 April 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,230
Take a look at this new Ad campaign from Zong. It is, to say the least, different.
I saw it at Teeth Maestro’s blog and I am still trying to figure out what to make of it. As a song. As a video. As message. As an advertisement. What do you make of it?
Posted on 30 March 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 2,600
KARACHI: Muslim League Zia President Ejaz ul Haq on Monday said that if title of General (r) Zial ul Haq as President of Pakistan was removed from the Constitution then all titles of former PPP founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto would also have to be removed.
Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club (KPC), he said that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was the country’s first civilian martial law administrator.
About renaming of NWFP as Pakhtoonkhwa, Haq said that no party has got the right to change the name of any province.
To a question, he said that Mian Nawaz Sharif was a seasoned politician, who could not change his stance on just one phone call.
He further said that recently held Punjab by-elections were the referendum of people.
Posted on 10 March 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,774
Telenor Pakistan wants you to share your thoughts and opinions for for the promising future of the Pakistan.
Idea is very simple; Telenor wants Pakistanis to connect with each others’ ideas, at a platform governed by the company. Users can post ideas through SMS, call, Telenor’s website and via postal mail.
Telenor is maintaining the list of all ideas (category wise) on its website. Along with it has success stories, inspirational videos and images.
All ideas will be discussed and evaluated by a panel of Pakistani intellectuals through the nationwide television coverage.
One winning idea will be selected & recognized through the “Telenor Karo Mumkin” show.
Through Karo Mumkin, Telenor intends to achieve CSR goals and first hand relation with its customers. A good click to start with, however to calculate the effectiveness we will have to wait for the results and changes that this campaign will bring for the society.
You got something interesting? Share it here:
SMS/CALL: 576 (for telenor customers only)
CALL: 0345-555-5540 0345-555-5540 (For all networks)
PO Box: 345 Lahore
Or through this page: http://www.telenor.com.pk/karomumkin/?page_id=341
You can send entries before 31st March, 2010
You can post your idea in following categories:
One suggestion: Posting ideas through website is little hard to understand, one click submission should be enabled so that non-techy persons can share their thoughts with further ease.
Posted on 15 February 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 17,796
PTCL has been offering web hosting and domain registration service since long, however, it didn’t show the seriousness the way it is demonstrating now.
For hosting packages from PTCL click here
Tough time ahead for local web hosting companies, given that PTCL can manage billing so easily through its already running landline billing system. It merits mentioning here that Pakistani consumer is usually troubled due to in-availability of credit cards – a must have to buy hosting and domains from hosting companies.
Below is the PR for PTCL data center facility.
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd (PTCL) has launched the largest data center in Pakistan, the first of which will be located in Karachi.
This data center is engineered using the same rigid specifications, consistent with international standards and data center certification bodies and is enabled with technologies that proactively manages an enterprise’ mission-critical applications for predictable and continuous performance.
The PTCL Data Center is protected from intrusion and failure with multi-layered security, fail-safe redundancy, diversity measures, and rapid response recovery measures.
Talking about the data center, Senior Executive Vice President South Karachi, PTCL Abdullah Yousaf, said that PTCL’s investment in these type of services underscores its commitment to the rapidly expanding ICT sector in Pakistan and highlights the rapidly growing demand in this market who turn to PTCL for integrated hosting and network solutions, allowing them to focus on their core business. PTCL is making these investments on behalf of the business community of Pakistan, so that our customers can focus their resources on their core businesses, entrusting PTCL to provide what we do best – ICT.
The new center is directly connected to PTCL’s global MPLS backbone to offer a rich portfolio of hosting solutions with unparalleled network performance and features. PTCL offers capabilities designed to deliver greater efficiencies for hosting customers through the use of technologies such as storage on demand, processing on demand, business continuity and disaster recovery, all of which are integrated with PTCL network services.
Senior Executive Vice President, Commercial, Naveed Saeed while highlighting the importance of data centre stated that the aim is to provide business enterprises in Pakistan a reliable, responsive and resilient infrastructure to suit the their needs. The data center is designed and built to accommodate an enterprise’ IT equipment and software in a secure, managed and climatically controlled environment. The bottom-line is to benefit our customers in terms of cost-effectiveness, efficiency of processes and scalability of needs.
PTCL is the only unified service provider in Pakistan and is able to service all enterprise segments with a comprehensive portfolio of products including fiber optic and wireless connectivity, MPLS, VPN, Managed and Hosted technology solutions. And now with PTCL’s data centre, a tailor made accommodation for an enterprise’ application processing environment together with appropriate connectivity to the fully redundant self healing optical fiber network backbone, a much higher level of security and technology support to an enterprises’ mission critical operations is being offered