Bela Nizami

Bela Nizami is a Canadian-based freelance writer.

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Articles by Bela Nizami

To turbo-charge child-abuse investigations, LTU Technologies has combined two investigative tools that will provide enhanced resources for victim identification and rescue.
News/News Feature - April 2007 Issue, Posted Mar 27, 2007
Anticipation grows as technophiles eagerly await the launch of Sony’s new video download service for its PlayStation Portable (PSP). Although Sony spokesperson Al de Leon declined to comment on the service’s launch, there’s no shortage of commentary going on: Bloggers, analysts, and investors are all speculating about Sony’s new video downloading service.
News/News Feature - March 2007 Issue, Posted Mar 06, 2007
In order to keep up with the challenges and emerging needs of business organizations, ClearStory Systems has introduced PowerDeck, a new addition to the company’s suite of solutions for managing digital assets.
News/News Feature - January/February 2007 Issue, Posted Jan 30, 2007
By sharing cultural history, the countries of the world can come to a better mutual understanding through the digitization of historical newspapers. That’s the idea behind Apex CoVantage’s creation of the Apex Advisory Board for its Global Newspaper Initiative. The purpose of the advisory board is to bring together experts, literaries, and leaders who share the aspirations for the global newspaper. The first advisory board meeting was held on August 22 in Seoul, Korea, during the IFLA World Library and Information Congress.
News/News Feature - November 2006 Issue, Posted Oct 30, 2006
In order to support the emerging needs of its clients and meet the expanding definition of search, ISYS Search Software has introduced the latest version of its flagship suite.
News/News Feature - October 2006 Issue, Posted Sep 18, 2006
Anticipation grows as the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) prepares for one of its most significant meetings, to be held in Marrakech, Morocco. The meeting will cover aspects of the ongoing heated debate over the September 30, 2006 expiration of the Memorandum of Understanding with the United States. Pressure builds as the international community favors that the authority of ICANN be relinquished to an international organization such as the United Nations for the purpose of adding diverse flavor to the corporation.
News/News Feature - September 2006 Issue, Posted Sep 01, 2006