Increasing competition in the financial services sector has forced players to become innovative in product development and service delivery. Century microfinance Bank has decided to be a pacesetter in innovation in efforts to provide customers with a unique experience and grow its market share.

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It is common knowledge that a significant quantity of Kenya’s data is stored in foreign servers. Due to shortage of data centres, coupled by companies innate fear that storing sensitive data locally could lead to compromise, many companies have opted to store their data in foreign countries. This is something that East Africa Data Centre (EADC) is determined to change. The company, which is owned by Liquid Telecom, is on a mission to keep African data in Africa. In so doing, it is investing heavily to increase its capacity in order to ensure that Kenyan companies store data locally instead of foreign servers.…

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The 2012/2013 Kenya budget saw the Energy, Infrastructure and ICT sector account for the highest allocation of the entire budget at 24 per cent of the total budgetary expenditure. In monetary terms, this equates to Ksh. 267.293 billion with the ICT subsector accounting for Ksh. 7.2 billion of the En…

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In efforts to drive economic growth, the government is investing massive resources in the energy sector with a target to increase the country’s installed capacity from the current 2,100 MW to 5,000 MW over the next two years. The government understands that investing in the energy sector is crucial not only in increasing access to electricity, making power affordable and driving economy growth but also in making it reliable.…

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The mobile telephony landscape the world over is constantly awash with controversies if not cutthroat competition among service providers. This is owing to the near-endless revenue generating opportunities that the sector provides. The sector has diversified so fast that it has become competition, n…

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Muema Muindi, Kenya Orient Insurance Managing Director, is one of the youngest bosses in the insurance industry at 42 years. He also heads an equally young and vibrant team whose average age is 27 years, in effect creating a dynamic team that is shaking the insurance industry with innovative products.…

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Computer networks provide both large and small businesses with an opportunity to optimise on their investment in hardware and software resources by…

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In a first encounter with Peter Massawa, the Managing Director of Direct Intervention Programme for Empowering Kenya (DIPEK), one is impressed by the passion and focus with which he attaches to the firm’s operations, vision and mission. Also conspicuously notable is the DIPEK badge pinned on his coat lapel.…

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As a small business customer, you want to print more but the price of ink holds you back—especially when using colour. For those all-important presentations, business reports or marketing brochures, the cost of printing in colour can become burdensome and prohibitive for your business.'In response to the foregoing concerns, HP has developed the Ink Advantage printing system that allows you to print up to two times the number of pages at the same cost as before. With four new models to…

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On July 31, Swiftnet Information Centre organized an event that was a first of its kind in Kenya. Dubbed the 1st Internet Sensitization Seminar in Kenya, the event was a puzzle to many because most people could not understand the need to be sensitized on the internet. To a large extent this was plausible. The internet has been in existence for years and it has become a part of life that individuals and companies cannot do without. According to statistics by the Communications Commission of Kenya, the country had over 16 million internet users by December last year. This means that nearly half of the population has access to the internet.…

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Recent trends indicate that ICT continues to have a profound impact on all spheres of our lives; may it be economic, social, technological, legislative, political or environmental. This development points towards the prominent role that ICT is playing and its growing influence as witnessed in our da…

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