29 December 2015 | To connect a billion people, India must choose facts over fiction In every society, there are certain basic services that are so important for people’s wellbeing that we expect everyone to be able to access...
9 November 2015 | The greatest challenge facing the world today is the need to achieve sustainable development--development that will bring economic and social progress to all without harming the future of our planet.
8 November 2015 | Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have changed the face of the world. ICTs have impacted how we do business, how we deliver social goods, and even how we interface with each other....
1 December 2015 | The internet in Africa is entirely different to the internet used in the developed world. In America or Europe, the internet is generally something you surf on a computer or tablet -- a device with a 10-inch to 15-inch screen.
Jane Coffin's insight:
In some countries there were waiting lists for fixed telephones. The advent of mobile devices that put you in touch with people immediately through voice and text revolutionized the way people communicated. They were freer to communicate and were not tied down. New technologies have only made this phenomenon more incredible.
30 November 2015 | Hinterland areas targeted for first quarter of 2016 The E-Governance Unit has begun rolling out Wi-Fi networks in schools, while hinterland and remote areas are expected to benefit from int…
3 December 2015 | Camfed, the campaign for female education in Africa, needs to know when one of its sponsored pupils fails to attend school. Thanks to its pioneering deployment of technology, teachers are able to report an absence immediately.
1 December 2015 | The Executive Chairman of Alltel has urged operators of eCommerce in Ghana and Africa as a whole to take advantage of the current trend for Africans to trade online via their mobile handsets.
Jane Coffin's insight:
Ghana has moved to 4G and the change has enabled new businesses with faster upload speeds for content...
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