Enablis, Margins train 50 ICT entrepreneurs

Enablis Ghana and Margins Group Ltd have collaborated to train 50 young entrepreneurs in the ICT space to equip them with the necessary skills to be efficient in their operations.The training programme dubbed ‘Margins Youth Empowerment 2017’, took the entrepreneurs through ... — Read More

Lack of skills  major contributor to cyber security challenges

The Minister for Communications, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has pointed out that the unavailability of the critical competencies to deal with cyber security issues, is a primary cause of increased global challenges in the fight against cyber security.Owusu-Ekuful cited a 2017 Global ... — Read More

How to maximize your internet connection speed

Are you having trouble browsing downloading or uploading? Is your internet speed unsatisfactory? Takes too long to load web pages?  Is your internet speed not matching your service level agreement of your service provider? If yes, there could be several factors ... — Read More

More aggression needed to tackle cybercrime – bankers

Bankers are of the view that financial institutions must become more aggressive in their fight against rising cyber criminals in order to retain the confidence of clients.“Banks must be aggressive enough in combating cybercrime and the authority or mandate must come ... — Read More

Tonaton unveils futuristic plan to deliver by drones

It's an audacious plan that will require a lot of research and safety testing and GCAA approvals, but Tonaton.com today leapfrogged the rest of the players in Ghana’s online classifieds industry by running its firsts tests on drone delivery.According to Managing ... — Read More

Bitcoin rebels risk 'currency trading chaos'

A split in the Bitcoin community is set to create a new incompatible version of the cryptocurrency on Tuesday.A group of insiders is unhappy with existing plans to speed up transaction times.They plan to offer existing investors a matching amount of ... — Read More

MTN launches apps camp for girls

MTN Ghana Foundation, in collaboration with the Women in Tech Africa, has launched a project for females dubbed: MTN Girl Code: Tech Camp for ladies going places. The project is being embarked on with the primary objective of encouraging young women ... — Read More

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