Discussions on topical ICT issues
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Facebook and Instagram outage has reportedly hit some parts of the globe. US and UK media on Wednesday reported that the two apps owned by Facebook had crashed in Brazil,
Listers Greetings. Please find attached the Talk to NCIC:KICTANet engagement Report. To those who gave their views, and all who turned up for the face to face meeting, tunasema asanteni
Listers, In Summary Your web-based email, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, YouTube, Uber, and other online media content sit on the cloud. Moving the results from ‘ground servers’ to the ‘cloud’
(Apologies in the event of cross posting) Hi Listers , Kindly share with friends and networks: iHub open days give you the perfect opportunity to test the iHub space.
Not sure if its warranted, but interesting that a country determined that cyber security requires an entire Ministry. www.cnbcafrica.com/news/southern-africa/2017/10/10/zimbabwes-mugabe-creates-cyber-ministry-cabinet-reshuffle/ Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe moved Patrick Chinamasa from the finance ministry
lol, Nairobi sio Kenya. I was proud of the strides Kenya has made though during the election period. That a significant number of polling stations in the country could transmit
True that. Again. The report wasn’t about Penetration but about speeds..So maybe the report needs to substitute Kenya with Nairobi? 🙂 Regards *Ali Hussein* *Principal* *Hussein & Associates* Tel: +254
True that Barrack. The point though was not penetration rate but speed. This is something (penetration rate) that needs addressing soonest. *Ali Hussein* *Principal* *Hussein & Associates* Tel: +254 713
Hi Ali, This is not surprising , be that as it may, i hope we can get such glorification of our connectivity from our Counties since the quality of connectivity
Listers Interesting arguments going on around this subject. Apparently the Australian Prime is miffed by the suggestion that we can have faster Internet connections than Australia.. Surely that’s not possible!!!???