Home > Sectors > ICT (Page 2)
FeaturedICTNews

Troubled MTN Uganda Denies It Understates Revenues, Says It Is Fully Tax-Compliant

By REUTERSMTN Uganda has denied government accusations it has been understating its revenues and said it was fully meeting all its tax obligations. Relations between the telecoms firm and the country have been strained over a series of issues including deportations of its top executives, accusations of under-reporting revenues and

Read More
FeaturedICTJobs & Tenders

The Traditional CV Is Dying As Employers Leverage New Technology To Find Ideal Candidates

In the next three years, top HR executives and employers have asserted that the biggest impact on recruitment will be Technology Augmenting the Hiring Process. In other words, how technology will make the hiring process more effective through easier filtering and more accurate matching. This discovery, along with other invaluable

Read More
FeaturedICTNews

Raxio Signs Hamilton Cloud Services As First Customer, Announces 25% Discount

By Our Reporter Hamilton Cloud Services (HCS), Uganda’s first local cloud service provider and a subsidiary of Hamilton Telecom, on Thursday, February 7th 2019, finalised an agreement to colocate their  servers in Raxio Data Centre’s state-of-the-art, always-on data centre at the Kampala Industrial and Business Park, Namanve. Raxio announced its

Read More
FeaturedICTNews

Only 55% Of Persons With Disabilities Have Access To Mobile Money- UCC Study

By Drake Nyamugabwa A new study has revealed that 55%of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in Uganda use mobile money platform. The study commissioned by the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) with the main objective of establishing the current patterns of access, usage and challenges of PWDs to Information Communication and Technology

Read More
FeaturedICTInternational NewsPolitical Economy

China Decries ‘Political Manipulations’ Behind Huawei Case In US

By AFP China on Tuesday decried the "political manipulations" behind the US case against Huawei as Washington indicted the tech giant's chief financial officer and levelled sweeping charges against the company. "For some time, the US has used state power to discredit and crack down on specific Chinese companies in

Read More
FeaturedICTNews

Entebbe Airport Goes Digital As Govt Moves To Conveniently Handle Travelers

The Ugandan government has awarded Gemalto, in cooperation with local partner SCINTL, the contract for the supply of a Border Management System (BMS)  including  airport self-service eKiosks) at Entebbe International Airport, creating a faster and more convenient border-crossing experience for travelers and strengthening homeland security.  The said e-Immigration solution uses

Read More