At the beginning of the 1990s, in an era where telephony, telegrams, and faxes were the main forms of communication, a desire for efficiency and economy led engineer Luis R. Furlán, director of the Center for Applied Informatics Studies (CEIA) at the University of Valle of Guatemala (UVG), to explore new horizons. His motivation was clear: seamless and economical communication was essential for research. Continue reading
In the context of LACTLD‘s Technical, Legal, and Commercial Workshop and the celebration of its 25th anniversary, a significant step towards digital integration and transformation in Latin America and the Caribbean has been taken. LACTLD has officially launched the Unified Domain Search Engine, an innovative tool that allows users to easily and uniformly check the availability of domain name registration in the region’s ccTLDs (country codes top-level domains). Continue reading
Our annual promotion is back in September! If you register a new .gt domain name, you will get a free year of service, no matter how many years you pay.
To be able to access a web page, we simply enter the domain name in the browser. Although we do this every day and it seems very normal to us, several organizations are working hard to make it possible. One of these institutions is the IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority).
If you already know the advantages of having a personalized email, but you’re not quite sure how to get one, keep reading because we’ll explain how to get an address with one of the most important email providers on the market today: Gmail. We will also analyze the advantages and disadvantages of it to determine if it suits your needs.
Technology has advanced rapidly, and a clear example of this is the country’s digital transformation. Although Internet penetration in Guatemala remains relatively low, with only 30% of the population having access to this resource, much has changed since the first connection to the Internet. In commemoration of International Internet Day, we want to share with you some key moments in the history of how Guatemala connected with the world.
2020 was a year of many changes and unforeseen events. Due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19, we modified our procedures and we only attended you through email and/or telephone.
In January of this year, our offices returned to the main campus of Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, of which we are part. This will allow serving you more efficiently.
“Thank you very much for the efforts made to be help Guatemala and the people most in need. From the authorities, our sincerest thanks”.Hugo Vélez, Deputy Director of Technological Infrastructure, Ministry of Social Development.