According to BelTA the growth of the Belarusian IT industry is expected to reach 7-10% per annum.
Belarusian First Deputy Economy Minister Dmitry Krutoi made the relevant statement on the air of the TV channel Belarus One.
According to BelTA the cloud computing services provider beCloud is the first Belarusian company to sign an agreement on strategic cooperation with one of the leaders of the world server equipment market - Inspur Company.
According to BelTA Belarus shows interest in Estonian electronic criminal trial practices, BelTA learned from official representative of the Investigative Committee of Belarus Yulia Goncharova who is attending the Tallinn E-Governance Conference.
According to BelTA representatives of the Belarusian Information Ministry, interested government agencies, TV channels, cable television companies, and the Telecommunication Industry Union met in Minsk to discuss ways to regulate the operation of over-the-top (OTT) media services.
According to BelTA informatization helps make the national legislation more effective. The relevant statement was made by Deputy Head of the Belarus President Administration Valery Mitskevich as the sixth international applied science conference Information Technologies and Law (Legal Informatization 2018) opened on 17 May.
According to BelTA Belarus' export of telecommunication services have doubled over the past five years, Chairman of the Belarusian Stat Science and Technology Committee Alexander Shumilin said at the opening ceremony of the 2nd Belarusian ICT Summit on 16 May.
According to BelTA Belarus invests about Br600 million in the development of information technology annually, Belarus' Deputy Prime Minister Anatoly Kalinin told reporters after the opening ceremony of the TIBO 2018 expo.