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.
Dear colleagues. This may be of interest to some of you. John Matogo ———- Forwarded message ———-From: Humphrey Muhindi <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: Sun, Aug 28, 2016 at 12:03 AMSubject: [Kenya-ExCom] INVITATION TO THE INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS MODELLING WITH UNIFIED MODELLING LANGUAGE (UML) ON 30th – 31st AUGUST 2016To: KENYA-BOARD@listserv.ieee.org Dear Member of the Computer Society Kenya Chapter, […]
Good arguments and counter arguments, I think the Taifa idea is noble, from the arguments its clear we need a deliberate and intentional policy driven approach led by government to promote and support local products and innovation. If it means compelling all government officers to use it as the defacto machine, so be it. Nothing […]
Hello Hon. Ndemo Thank you so much for the quick response on a Sunday ! – I feel so honored that you have read my sentiments which shows your unwavering commitment to growing our nation. I am not opposed to the fact that Kenyans ought to support Kenyan products – I fully support it and […]
Areba/Sam, Somehow we must start somewhere. We can become competitive depending on how fast we go through the learning curve. To get on to the learning curve is where the problem lies. Our appetite for foreign goods and the freedom without responsibility blinds us. Our future security is predicated upon how many of the youths […]
You missed Prof. Ndemo’s narratives. Support Kenyan build Kenya. Subject: Re: [kictanet] Taifa LaptopFrom: email@example.comCC: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo: email@example.com Areba has raised a valid and legit point My point in summary forcing someone to use your product = killing competition which ends up in substandard products. The word force if applied on anything something has to break. […]
Areba has raised a valid and legit point My point in summary forcing someone to use your product = killing competition which ends up in substandard products. The word force if applied on anything something has to break. Why cant all this approach be persuasive and competitive; what are we teaching our marketing and sales […]
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