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How Regulation Of Digital Lenders By CBK Will Benefit Players, Borrowers

In 2021, President Kenyatta approved an amendment that gives the Central Bank of Kenya powers to license and oversee previously unregulated digital money lenders. Citing technology advances and ongoing innovation in the sector, the monetary authority recognised the growth of lending through digital channels (particularly via...

How Cloud Technology Could Transform Manufacturing in Africa

As is the case in most other sectors, the future of manufacturing now belongs to those who can successfully adopt technologies such as machine learning and automation, big data, or IoT.

Connectivity, Collaboration, Competition: The 3 Essential Cs for Africa’s growth

There’s also room for competition between countries, especially if we want to see economic growth and digital transformation in Africa as a whole. Following the successes of countries like South Africa, Botswana, and Kenya – the Silicon Savannah – expectations are mounting for African governments to prioritise ICT plans and infrastructure. 

The Role of Cloud in Kenya’s Growing Tech Start-up Scene

The versatility and variety of cloud applications not only allow start-ups to innovate their operations cost-effectively but also to streamline processes, freeing time and resources for these companies to focus on what matters most.

4 Steps for a Successful Cloud Migration

Start by defining the purpose for migration by evaluating your requirements and use cases for cloud. Know your workload priorities: are you going to move in phases, starting with the least critical workloads? Or is a new technology or your competition making migration a matter of urgency? It’s important to know what your plan is, why you’re doing it, and how you’re going to get there.

5 Network Management Mistakes Smart Businesses Should Avoid

As organisations race to accelerate their digital transformation ahead of competitors, modern business networks increase in scale and complexity. And the more complex they become, the more difficult it is to optimise and manage them manually. Not to mention how costly and labour intensive this exercise is.