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Research At Ahlia

Type:

Journal

Title:

A framework of Improving Security Using Cloud Computing: Bahrain Case Study

Authros:

Wasan Awad

Issue date:

2020

Field:

IT

Volume:

11

Issue:

6

Page (From):

264

Page (To):

280

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Gulf banks’ public relations use of interactive communication with customers

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2020
Abdulsadek Hassan, dr. Faheema Abdulla Mohamed Abdulla

The effectiveness of training programs on modern technology use in developing the performance of public relations practitioners in Egyptian and Bahraini government institutions

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2020
Abdulsadek Hassan

The Impact of Public Governance on Economic Growth: Evidence from Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

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2021
Maryam Al-Naser, Allam Hamdan

Assessing the impact of entrepreneurial skills development on self-employment practices amongst Egyptian and Bahraini accounting students in public and private universities

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2020
Sameh M. Reda Reyad, Allam Hamdan

Do employability skills for business graduates meet the employers’ expectations? The case of retail Islamic banks of Bahrain

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2020
Sameh Reyad, Mukhtar Alhashimi

Building Capacity For Green Economy: The Role Of Islamic Finance

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2019
Prof. Amer Al-Roubaie

A causality analysis of the link between higher education and economic development: empirical evidence

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2020
Adel Sarea, Reem Khamis, mohammad anaweh

EVALUATING SMALL FIRMS’ PERFORMANCE THROUGH ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES

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2020
Professor, Mukhtar, AL-Hashimi, Dr. Sherine Badawi

The effectiveness of training programs on modern technology use in developing the performance of public relations practitioners in Egyptian and Bahraini government institutions

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2020
Abdulsadek, Hassan, Abdulsadek

Experience of dysmenorrhea among a group of physical therapy students from Cairo University:

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2017
Sayed A. Tantawy, Gehan A Abdelsamea

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