The annual event convened the fintech community, addressing key challenges in driving innovation and financial inclusion in the country. Mastercard hosted the second annual Mastercard Ghana Fintech Forum in Accra, bringing together key stakeholders and thought leaders in the fintech industry to discuss critical developments and foster collaboration. Building...
By Dr. George Gabla  In today's interconnected global economy, most businesses worldwide prioritise cybersecurity. Advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Cloud Computing, and 5G networks have become integral to operations, making them highly efficient and opening opportunities for even greater growth. However,...
By Isaac  FRIMPONG (Ph.D.) Whether you love it or detest it, technology continues to shape various aspects of our lives. The influence of this phenomenon has become increasingly important, especially on one of the enduring legacies of Ghanaian society: traditional support systems. These systems include family and community support groups...
Introduction In an era where digital transformation is reshaping every aspect of our lives, the legal recognition of electronic transactions is becoming increasingly vital. The functional equivalence approach is a pivotal solution that ensures electronic records and signatures have the same legal validity as traditional paper documents. This method, endorsed...
Cybersecurity has become a paramount concern for governments, businesses, and individuals alike. The complexity of the technological landscape, coupled with the evolving nature of cyber threats, necessitates a collaborative approach to address these challenges effectively. Assuming there is nothing that can be done to combat the cyber security and data...
Acclaimed auditing and consulting firm KPMG Ghana has handed over a newly equipped Information Communication Technology (ICT) lab to the Abelenkpe 1 Basic School, as part of its ongoing commitment to supporting education and lifelong learning in the community. This initiative, Senior Partner Anthony Sarpong at the handing ceremony in...
By: Deborah Ofori-Dartey The Institute of ICT Professionals Ghana engaged 200 Girls and 30 Teachers in the Ablekuma West Municipal of the Greater Accra Region, in a 1-day practical ICT skills workshop on 12th June 2024, marking the opening of the 2024 Coding Caravan. This significant event, organized by the Institute...
The KGL Foundation, a corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of the KGL Group, has refurbished the computer laboratory of Nifa Senior High School (NISEC) a category B co-educational second-cycle institution in the Adukrom-Eastern Region. The benevolent project is aimed at positioning the school strategically to benefit from the government's electronic...
Director of Telecel Cash and Digital Transformation, Philip Amoateng, has advocated for competitive collaboration between FinTech firms and banks as the best approach to accelerating financial inclusion in Ghana. In a refreshing departure from the typical competitive nature of business, Mr. Amoateng believes combining the decades-long trust in traditional banks...
By Sandra Agyeiwaa OTOO The Managing Director of L’aine Services Limited, James Laar, has emphasised the importance of leveraging technology to stay ahead in a competitive business environment. According to him, the rise of artificial intelligence, automation and plan competition has created new opportunities for HR to re-invent itself and drive...