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Kenyan MPs Push for ICT City

Kenya’s ICT Technopolis Park got a boost from the influential Parliamentary Committee on Energy, Information and Communications, when members of the committee pushed for the project to be fast-tracked as they visited the site that will house the Technopolis. Members of the … Continue reading

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New Linux Kernel – Speed Defined

The newest update to the Linux operating-system kernel features a number of enhancements that should offer a performance boost, particularly for running databases and other programs that require maximum resources from the server. The 2.6.38 kernel features some “really deep … Continue reading

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IT Staff Need To Take A Different Approach

The IT department will need to be equipped with teaching skills if they want to be of value to businesses of the future, according to Forrester. Speaking to Computerworld UK ahead of Forrester’s Enterprise Architecture (EA) Forum EMEA 2011, EA research … Continue reading

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Are IT Managers And CIOs Losing Control Over Their Networks

We are currently at a stage called “Consumerization of IT”, the stage of the smart phones and tablet PCs. But how is this affecting CIOs in their work environments? Sincerely speaking, IT standardization in corporates is dead! Those days are … Continue reading

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Buying A Tablet PC :: How-To

As more tablets come to market, be prepared to be wowed by the power that some of these slates are capable of. But also be prepared to be disappointed: The tablets already on the market, or coming soon, have a … Continue reading

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How Cloud Computing And Web Services Will Affect The IT Job Market

As cloud and web services continue to gain speed, the upfront cost of launching a product is decreasing. Businesses can create more for less money –- and with less people. Though in the long run this likely means fewer IT … Continue reading

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