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91. ICT Coverage in the Citizen paper
  Monday, April 02, 2007  by Admin
  The Citizen newspaper wishes to increase the coverage of ICT and related issues. Constantine Sebastian of the Citizen and Co. are requesting potential contributors to submit their names, person profiles and areas of expertise, so that we can prepare a database of writers to regularly write short, analytical and interesting articles on ICT in Tanzania. An idea of topics which might be of interest include The challenges of running an Internet Café; Which mobile service provider should I choose; How farmers are using mobile telephones for price information; Mobile payment systems; What is all the fuss about Windows Vista? and Open source and how it can help.
 
92. Development Gateway Foundation 2006 Annual Report
  Wednesday, March 28, 2007  by Admin
  The promise of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to enable positive change and help poverty is becoming a reality. Over the past year, the Development Gateway Foundation (DGF) has made strides in improving and expanding its technological solutions and forging partnerships with organizations around the world. This report presents examples of how DGF is helping promote ICTs across the globe.
 
93. ICT and Rural Development
  Thursday, March 22, 2007  by Admin
  In this issue of “ICT and Rural Development” the articles provide ideas about the role of ICT in microfinance sector in various nations around the world. These ideas are based around finding ICT interventions to facilitate microfinance for the economically weaker sections of the society.
 
94. ICT boost income amid hostile policies
  Thursday, March 22, 2007  by Admin
  Much has been said about how the ICT can be used to reduce poverty, improve lives and empower people. However, in Africa where majority of population is rural, how modern ICT can effectively enhance the livelihood of small-scale farmers who form the spine of most African economies. Though the idea existed since 1999, the founders of the Crop Marketing Bureau (CROMABU) in Tanzania designed a project to gather and disseminate relevant information regarding crop prices in local and international markets. (www.cromabu.com)
 
95. Exploiting ICTs for Regional Integration
  Tuesday, March 20, 2007  by Admin
  Information Communication Technology has become an essential component in the whole chain of trade promotion, facilitation and regional co-operation. Tools such as the Internet promote global markets and give voices to small and medium enterprises and farmers alike, to enable them to market and deliver goods and services irrespective of their location.
 
96. Enhancing HR Productivity Using ICTs: Opportunities and Challenges for Tanzania
  Friday, March 09, 2007  by Admin
  Information and communication technologies provide potential for enhancing productivity of human resources in both public and private sectors. However, net returns on ICTs capital have been observed to be higher in many of the developed countries than in developing countries. This paper demonstrates how ICTs can enhance human resource productivity and some of the prerequisites needed to attain high human resource productivity from ICTs.
 
97. On-line selling and buying takes rood in Dar es Salaam
  Friday, March 09, 2007  by Admin
  The first on-line market place in Tanznaia, eBuy.co.tz makes international trade on local basis possible as it offers an on-line platform where hundreds of items are traded each day.

 
98. Expert explains why info-tech un-deployed in schools
  Friday, March 02, 2007  by Admin
  For Information and Communication Technologies to have an impact and be reliable, a number of supporting infrastructures have to be in place. Unreliable supply of electricity is one of the main factors hindering use of ICTs for learning purposes.



 
99. Vodacom launches Tanzanias fastest wireless network
  Tuesday, February 27, 2007  by Admin
  VODACOM Tanzania has launched the first of its third generation (3G) High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) products - the data card - which offers broadband speed on the move.

The mobile phone network provider will make this product available on both post-paid and prepaid packages through its vodashops in Dar es Salaam.
 
100. Accessing consumer activity in the telecoms and Internet sectors in Africa
  Thursday, February 15, 2007  by Admin
  The research study examines a number of areas of consumer activity in relation to the Internet and telecoms sector. Without an accepted and transparent procedure, it is easy for less reputable operators to fob off complaints and hope they will lose the will to pursue the complaint. The research also looks at what consumer information is available from different sources and how helpful it is for potential consumers and how this information is distributed to the target people.
 
101. African VOIP Report reveals steady uptake of IP among African carriers and Grey market
  Thursday, February 15, 2007  by Admin
  The Balancing Act's African VoIP Markets report provides the first overall assessment of the use of VoIP in African markets that looks at both grey market traffic and the steady conversion to IP by incumbent fixed and mobile operators. The report gives the fuller picture of what is happening, aspects of how VoIP impacts on African markets including: the structure of the African international wholesale market; the fall in international retail prices; the size of the grey market and the "value-chain" for grey market operators; the impact of legal VoIP on market structures and business strategy, etc.
 
102. Internet Governance - Background to the Internet Governance Forum
  Wednesday, February 14, 2007  by Admin
  The Internet is considered by many to the global infrastructure of the information society. Much of our world is now depends on the stability and security of this network.
 
103. E- Commerce
  Wednesday, February 14, 2007  by Admin
  Vodafone has joined forces with Citigroup to offer an international money transfer service. The new service will let Vodafone customers in the UK send money using either a mobile phone or website.
 
104. eGovernment, eHealth, Technology Enhanced Learning - IST-Africa Comparitive Report 2005
  Wednesday, February 14, 2007  by Admin
  Regional Impact of Information Society Technologies in Africa is a multi-stakeholder initiative focused on reducing the Digital Divide in Sub-Saharan Africa. The main objectives of the IST-Africa Initiative are to establish a better understanding of current exploitation of Applied ICT in Africa and opportunities for adaptation of European funded research results to establish a collaboration framework for researchers and government officials in European and African States, and to create a sustainable community with strong pan-African and international participation, focused on the economic and social impact of Applied ICT in Africa.
 
105. 4th Annual Mobile Messaging Awards
  Monday, February 12, 2007  by Admin
  The 2007 mobile messaging awards cover the the whole range of mobile messaging from SMS and MMS, to IM, email and voice messaging. Industry judges will select winners to be announced at the Gala Awards dinner in Monte Carlo on 5th June. Deadline for entries is 11th May 2007.
 

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