Category Archive: Computing

Dec 02 2016

The importance of digital personalisation in today’s marketing efforts

A brief discussion of the benefits and challenges of digital personalisation to businesses. Ultra personalisation in the delivery of goods and services is a long predicted trend that has been coming to fruition. Today, we may take it for granted with respect to, for example, product or movie recommendations made to us by Amazon or …

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Nov 23 2016

Snapshot: 2016 update of the status of ICT development in the Caribbean

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A 2016 update of how well Caribbean countries performed on the latest ICT Development Index published by the International Telecommunications Union. Yesterday, 22 November 2016, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) published its Measuring the Information Society Report 2016 in which it highlights key ICT developments worldwide and tracks pricing and affordability of ICT services.  The report also …

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Nov 18 2016

Cyber-defamation: are we trying to drag an old standard into a new world?

A brief discussion of defamation, and some of the challenges of trying to pursue it our online world. t an event held in Montego Bay, Jamaica, last week, head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Communication Forensic and Cybercrime Unit, Inspector Warren Williams, called for cyber-defamation to be made a criminal offence. Though most of us …

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Nov 16 2016

Will software robots make humans obsolete in the workplace?

Organisations worldwide are excited about software robots, but for the ordinary Joe, there are already concerns that these robots will replace us in the workplace. We discuss the issue, and highlight an implication that should be of concern in the Caribbean. At the inaugural student conference of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados, Minister …

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Nov 09 2016

3 essentials to realise Internet economies in the Caribbean

Although virtually all countries worldwide want to have an Internet economy, many of them appear not to know how to achieve it. Here we highlight three essentials ought to be implemented. For the past several years, a key goal most countries have envisaged, having expended considerable effort to improve their telecoms and ICT infrastructure and …

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