Category Archive: Computing

Dec 12 2014

5 of the best tech gifts for Xmas 2014

A shortlist of some of the best tech devices that could be much welcomed Christmas presents this year. With Christmas just less than two weeks away, many of us still have quite a bit of last-minute shopping to do. For the techies we love, and for those who might be looking to treat themselves in …

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Dec 05 2014

e-Government efforts across the Caribbean

For a class at the University of the West Indies, a discussion of e-government and recent e-government initiatives from across the Caribbean. In mid-October, and for a talk on e-government with graduate students at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica, the following presentation was delivered on e-government across the Caribbean. The presentation focussed on three …

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Nov 28 2014

Is the new Facebook policy the sign of things to come?

Facebook is changing its privacy policy. Here we highlight how the concept of privacy might be changing. This week, Facebook began to notify its users of its new privacy policy, which will come into effect on 1 January 2015. The policy is considerably shorter than the current version, and much easier to read. With the …

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Nov 26 2014

Snapshot: 2013 update of the status of ICT development in the Caribbean

An update of how well Caribbean countries performed on the latest 2013 ICT Development Index published by the International Telecommunications Union. On Monday, 25 November, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) published its Measuring the Information Society Report 2014 in which it highlights key ICT developments worldwide and tracks the cost and affordability of ICT services …

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Nov 19 2014

Do cyber cafés still have a place in the Caribbean?

In this day and age when everyone aspires to have their own personal computing device, Internet/cyber cafés might still be necessary in the Caribbean. Over the past few years there has been an increasing focus on ensuring individual (and household) take-up of Internet services, both fixed-line and mobile/cellular based. As a result, it may seem …

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