Cloud Computing

Hybrid Cloud - The Catalyst for Increased Financial Inclusion in Africa

Hybrid Cloud: The Catalyst for Increased Financial Inclusion in Africa

Africa has made huge strides over the past decades towards financial inclusion. The digitization and simplification of money management has especially proved to be a sturdy vehicle in making headway in this regard. Yet, more work needs to be done as only 34 percent of adults in Sub-Saharan Africa have a bank account and 350 million people […]
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SEACOM introduces SD-WAN services in Kenya for digital transformation

SEACOM introduces SD-WAN services in Kenya for digital transformation

Pan-African ICT service provider SEACOM is expanding to bring its software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) services to Kenyan businesses. The new service is set to offer reduced connectivity costs, increased security, agility, and local support to customers. SEACOM’s experience with ICT infrastructure in Africa is extensive; the company launched Africa’s first broadband submarine cable system in […]
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Liquid Technologies partners with Facebook Build Fibre Network in Congo

Liquid Technologies partners with Facebook to Build Fibre Network in Congo

Liquid Technologies and Facebook announced a partnership to build an extensive long haul and metro fibre network in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The network is expected to improve internet access for more than 30 million people and help meet growing demand for regional connectivity across Central Africa. Facebook will invest in the fibre […]
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Dedicated Server Hosting Services

Dedicated Server Hosting Services

The digital age we live in can be mighty confusing. However, one thing that is always certain is the need for privacy and knowing that our information is secure. A hosting service is an option where a physical server will be dedicated to a single customer. That allows the said customer to have total control […]
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Can the digital economy decrease Africa’s inequality?

Can the digital economy decrease Africa’s inequality?

By Tonny Tugee As our nascent digital economy emerges, we have seen signs that enormous possibilities exist for it to reduce the many divides in our society. From the education gap and a shortage of technological and technical skills to poor ICT access in rural areas, the digital economy has the potential to help bridge […]
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