PC Tech Communications today announced the release of PC Tech Magazine's Volume 2, Issue 4, "Re-engineering Talk". The magazine is available in major book stores and supermarkets in East Africa, while online readers can download a copy here.
If you asked me about it back in February, I’m sure I wouldn’t have preferred to read either of the words, Facebook or Twitter in our cover story – let alone on the cover. In that magazine, we discussed issues of Internet Freedom, with our key focus on what some writers called the “digital revolution” of Egypt. As predicted, that revolution would have far more lasting implications on, not just Egypt, but the whole continent: and as it appears, even on PC Tech Magazine!
This is one of the outcomes of a bilateral meeting held last week between him and the president of KISA, Suh Jong-ryeol in South Korea.
Ever wondered where those numerous spam messages you find in your email inbox originate from? Or who originally started that rumour about you on Facebook? Thanks to the work of a few Swiss scientists, it is now possible to locate the source of all these.
A new software developed by the Commonwealth Secretariat is now being used by two countries in the South Pacific. The software, known as the Commonwealth Secretariat-Securities Auction System (CS-SAS), went live in Samoa and Solomon Islands in September 2010, and is assisting both governments to manage auctioning of treasury bills and bonds.
With the current global economic crisis putting a squeeze on countries borrowing from other countries as well as international organisations, the CS-SAS will enable them to better manage the process of issuing securities in the domestic market as a way of raising funds for financing budgetary gaps and for capital spending.