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Museveni To Launch Computer And Mobile Phone Factory

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His Excellency President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will this Friday commission Uganda’s first computer assembling and manufacturing factory at Namanve Industrial Park. This comes about five months after state minister for Investments Hon Evelyn Anite and ICT minister Hon Frank Tumwebaze broke ground for the construction of the ICT assembling and manufacturing factory. The factory will assemble and manufacture computer (s), ...

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Airtel Uganda Introduces International Transfer Services

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Airtel Uganda has announced addition of International money transfer services on its Airtel money platform to ease the remittance of money by its customers at home and across the globe. With the new service airtel customers will conveniently, safely and instantly send funds across borders to Tanzania and Malawi at most competitive rates. “the service we are launching is not ...

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Technological Disruption Looming For Africa’s Data Network Market

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Sometimes a disruptive technology can loiter for a while, before it changes everything. Yet change it will bring, because nothing and no one can defy gravity. So it is, I believe, with the new generation of open compute infrastructure. For, as the world creates data, there’s an equal demand for resources to store, process and make sense from this data ...

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KTA Advocates To Skill Lawyers On IT And Intellectual Property Rights

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In a bid to narrow the knowledge in offering intellectuals an information and technology legal services, KTA Advocates Uganda’s  leading best law firm specializing in intellectual property has offered to skill lawyers and other people in the legal fraternity on usage of digital skills. The move according to KTA Managing Partner Kenneth Muhangi aims to impart technology skills for the ...

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Lawyers Asked To Embrace Technology To Advance Legal Service

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The Chief Executive Officer of Uganda Law Society Joyce Nalunga has advised lawyers  to embrace technology and innovations to advance quality legal services saying this will address legal issues related to transnational crimes such as human trafficking, money laundering, child pornography and  Internet crimes. “Use of technology will help us work smarter and reduce on normal baggage hence improve quality ...

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