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These 5 technologies are transforming the travel experience

Last week, Guido Verweij, Travelport’s Regional Managing Director for Africa, addressed over 100 senior members of travel agencies at The Kenya Association of Travel...

CIOs are at the corner of innovation and security, but is...

In this day and age digital disruption is an ever-present occurrence in almost every sector, and it is this fact that earned some CIOs...

Industry gathers for IoT and AI Summit in Nairobi

More than 150 senior IT and business executives from East Africa have gathered in Nairobi for the second edition of the IoT and AI...

IoT and AI: Its all about the customer

Develop a habit of using customer journey maps as your basis for adopting and deploying technology solutions in your organisations. This was the message...

Internet of Things : Pandora’s Box or enterprise enabler?

The enterprise remains wary of investment into the Internet of Things (IoT). There are key inhibitors to adoption that affect its efficiency, impact, and...

Tuskys to collect its Kshs 100million daily sales via intelligent cash...

Regional retailer Tusker Mattresses Limited, has completed the adoption and countrywide branch rollout of intelligent Cash Deposit Machines as part of ongoing efforts to...

bext360, Coda release world’s first blockchain-traced Coffee, it’s from Uganda

bext360​,​ ​a​ ​company​ ​that​ ​develops​ ​technologies to​ ​streamline​ ​critical​ ​supply​ ​chains​ ​in​ ​emerging​ ​economies, has released the world’s first blockchain-traced coffee. The limited run...

Digital Marketing will never be the same thanks to AI

Artificial intelligence technology has been at the center of a lot of discussions over the last few years. The ones that seem to get...

#IBMTHINK 2018: IBM outlines five ways they are changing the way...

IBM has outlined five ways they intend to change the world in five years through technology and research. In a session, led by Arvind Krishna,...

Why autonomous cars won’t be autonomous

New rules for “self-driving cars” in California highlight a glaring misconception about how A.I. works.An educated public understands that autonomous vehicles are amazing but...
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