Category archives for: Internet

Majority of 8-12-Year Olds Subject to Online Threats

Geneva, Switzerland,  February 7, 2018// – Fifty-six per cent of 8-12 year olds are exposed to at least one online-related challenge when using digital platforms, a new survey published on Tuesday 6, February revealed.

SID 2018: Ghana Steps Up Efforts to Protect Its Children Online

Accra, February 6, 2018//- In order to effectively coordinate child online safety issues across the country, a Child Online Protection Unit is being set up by the government as part of Ghana’s National Cyber Security Centre.

J Initiative Takes Safer Internet Education to Accra Schools

Accra, Ghana, February 2, 2018//-J Initiative, a leading child centred NGO with the support of its partners has taken the celebration of the Safer Internet Day 2018 (SID2018) to the door steps of  students of  La-Dadekotopon constituency in the Greater Accra Region.

Safer Internet Day 2018 Slated for 6Th February

Accra, Ghana, January 31, 2018// – J Initiative, a leading child centred NGO and Safer Internet Day Ghana (SIDGhana) partners announced that Safer Internet Day 2018 (#SID2018) will be celebrated in Ghana on Tuesday 6 February 2018.

The COO Dilemma: Digitising the Supply Chain in an Exponential World

Johannesburg, South Africa, January 30, 2018, -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Chief Operating Officers (COOs) and supply chain management are feeling the brunt of a accelerating business environment further complicated by increasing customer demands for efficiency, personalisation, and convenience.

Briefly…on Artificial Intelligence and the New Generation of ‘Strats’

January 29, 2018//-In Goldman Sachs’ Securities Division, the people focused on structuring, quantitative finance and engineering — known as “strats” within the firm — work in a variety of roles, ranging from modeling risk and writing complex algorithms to engineering technology platforms and analyzing data.

AirtelTigo Assures Employees

Accra, January 20, 2018//-The Chief Executive Officer of the telecom company, AirtelTigo, Roshi Motman, has assured employees of the mobile operator that the company is committed to providing an inclusive working environment in which everyone is treated fairly.

SMEs Worried over High Data Charges, Poor Quality of Service

Accra, Ghana, January 17, 2018//-Small businesses, especially those in the information technology sector, have expressed worry and discontent over what they consider to be the high cost of using the Internet and its associated poor quality of service.

No Roads? No Problem: The Leapfrogging Drones of Rwanda

January 15, 2018//-What’s the best solution to a lack of infrastructure? Find a solution that doesn’t require infrastructure. That’s what Zipline has done in Rwanda—a start-up that deploys drones to make emergency medical deliveries to remote hospitals and clinics.

Infographic: 50 Billion Connected Devices by 2025

African Eye Report

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