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Absa Bank Kenya Taps Huawei to Build SD-WAN Architecture

Absa Bank Kenya Taps Huawei to Build SD-WAN Architecture

Absa Bank Kenya has partnered with Huawei to establish a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) to connect the bank’s branches. The SD-WAN, as a next-generation technology and service, is based on cost-effectiveness, agility, flexibility, scalability, security, and compliance. As business continues to expand, Absa Bank Kenya is actively seeking the most appropriate network infrastructure. “We strive […]
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Benefits of Software as a service (SaaS)

Benefits of Software as a service (SaaS)

Software as a service (SaaS) is software that is accessible from any web browser, rather than installed onto individual machines or networks. This means no maintenance or IT involvement on the customer side, making adoption and ongoing use as easy as it can be. SaaS is transforming the way we work, socialise, and do business […]
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Jumia Opens Integrated Warehouse To Fasten Delivery Time

Jumia Opens Integrated Warehouse To Fasten Delivery Time

Jumia, the e-commerce platform in Kenya has launched a new integrated warehouse and logistics network facility in Nairobi. The new facility will aim to transform Jumia logistics operations by providing increased storage capacity for scale-up of warehouse operations and better management of the business due to the convergence of various services. The warehouse and network […]
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Digital firms have in recent years flooded the local market, attracted by the demand for quick credit that does not require collateral.

Tala, Branch Miss Out Of The 10 Digital Lenders Licensed By CBK

The Central Bank of Kenya(CBK) has directed unregulated digital lenders to cease operations in the country following the lapse of the 6-month registration period that required them to comply with the Digital Credit Providers regulations. Under the regulations, all digital lenders were expected to apply for licenses from the banking regulator before September 17. Gazettement […]
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How to save and make money with M-Akiba

How to save and make money with M-Akiba

M-Akiba is open to Kenya’s citizens who have attained the legal adult age of 18 years and are in the possession of a mobile money-enabled phone It was first issued in 2015 to help the government to develop infrastructural projects, both new and on-going. The M-Akiba bond is tax-free. The interest rate of the bond […]
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