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Welcome to KICTANet,

The Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet) is a multi-stakeholder platform for people and institutions interested and involved in ICT policy and regulation. The network aims to act as a catalyst for reform in the ICT sector in support of the national aim of ICT enabled growth and development.

21 Apr Posted by in kictanet | Comments

KICTANet’s Input into the proposed Critical Infrastructure Bill

Well done GG. Regards On Apr 21, 2015 6:24 PM, "Grace Githaiga via kictanet" <

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21 Apr Posted by in kictanet | Comments

KICTANet’s Input into the proposed Critical Infrastructure Bill

The Secretariat, Director Programmes & Standards, ICT Authority Telposta Towers, 12th Floor, Kenyatta Avenue, P. O Box 27150-00100 Nairobi. critical@ict.go.ke Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet)‚Äôs input into the proposed Critical Infrastructure Bill Acknowledge   ICT is a tool that is critical for operations and hence requires specialized attention: availability, integrity and confidentiality. Starting point:   […]

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21 Apr Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Seeking your opinion on dotAfrica

      Stakeholderism in African IG: the Case of the dot Africa gTLD           We are conducting a survey that¬†¬†seeks to get views from different stakeholders who are knowledgeable or passionate about Internet Governance in Africa¬†and specifically¬†on the question of the dot Africa gTLD. ¬†Although there are specific matters awaiting […]

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21 Apr Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Mpesa Migration

Dennis Safaricom needs to outsource cloud to Angani (disclosure: I’m a fan) Seriously though, for as long as Mpesa is under the control of Safaricom/Vodafone it will nor grow beyond Kenya. Safaricom uses Mpesa as a big stick against its competitors and I’m not sure that’s the way to grow a brand.   Ali Hussein […]

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21 Apr Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Mpesa Migration

By having a separate M-Pesa server and control over the same, allows Safaricom to vastly improve what M-Pesa can do, and also experiment a lot with the local market.¬† Kenya is more mature than other countries in M-Pesa products – ¬†Safaricom is able to specifically create new services for Kenya.¬† Secondly, Safaricom's running of M-Pesa […]

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21 Apr Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Mpesa Migration

Safaricom does not really care about QoS for users in India or Latvia for that matter. It’s the KE users.  – Phares  On Apr 21, 2015, at 1:48 PM, Mwendwa Kivuva via kictanet <> wrote:

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