Interviews

Up-close and personal with the people that are making things happen in the Tech world. We've talked to Executives from all sizes of companies; from SMEs all the way to large corporations like MTN and Microsoft.

Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi (@amamambabazi on Twitter) is one of the few government officials in Uganda utilizing Twitter to engage with the people, and has close to 6000 followers, making him the most followed official in the current government. This interview was first published in PC Tech's print edition on September 2012,...
On 1st September, 2015, the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) officially launched the Automated Trading System that had been in place since July 22nd 2015, putting an end to the old-fashioned open cry system. PC Tech Magazine's Joshua Twinamasiko and Emmanuel Onyango caught up with Paul Bwiso, the CEO of...
Steven Kirenga is the Enterprise Marketing Manager of MTN Uganda, a tech enthusiast and local developer supporter. PC Tech Magazine's Jeddy Genrwot caught up with him to understand MTN's 4G journey so far.  In July last year, MTN Uganda launched the first countrywide 4G network coverage in the country, a result of more...

mineMobile price wars are a common feature in a highly competitive market. In such an environment, service innovation becomes the key enabler for differentiation and growth.

Africa’s service providers are taking advantage of advanced technology, new infrastructure and increased bandwidth to develop and offer customers differentiated and profitable new services.

Back in February, Nokia announced the launch its Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) as a service to help businesses better track and manage their large-scale IoT deployments. WING will be able to manage a broad range of IoT applications and devices, including connected cars and connected cargo, such as freight...
Last month, Huawei appointed Radoslaw Kedzia as Uganda's new CEO. He, this week, spoke to PC Tech about his ambitions in his latest latest role at company. How comfortable are you with the position of the company you’ve just inherited? Do you feel Huawei is, relative to competition, in a...
AfriGal Tech from Uganda recently took part in the Microsoft Imagine Cup world finals in Seattle, Washington, USA held in August 2014 together with other young techies from across the world in a bid to help resolve some of the world's toughest challenges using technology. Tell us your name, title...

payQuirk, Africa’s digital marketing agency yesterday released its 4th edition eMarketing textbook.

ITNewsAfrica interviewed Rob Stokes, Quirk Group CEO to find out why the book is an essential guide for building Africa’s online media empire.

In the recent past there has been a lot of talk about innovation in Uganda, with several people asking tough questions, poking holes in strategies that many have come to believe as the truth, and discussions which have ended with more questions than answers. We have been talking to...
MTN Uganda has been rapidly upgrading their infrastructure and systems over the last few years. We caught up with the CTO, Rami Farah to get insights into his view of things at Uganda's largest telecoms operator. MTN has invested heavily in technology leading the pack over the years. What is...