Tag Archive: applications

Jan 09 2015

4 apps and websites to help you make the best of 2015

While you are still in the process setting goals and resolutions, here are seven apps and websites that might help develop new skills, get you more organized, keep you on track, and track your success in 2015. We are now at the tail end of the first week of January 2015, and for many of …

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Jan 05 2015

Roundup for the week ending 4 January 2015

A roundup of ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region for the period Monday 29 December 2104 to 4 January 2015. Monday 29 December 2014 ICTA sets up consumer complaints arm Cayman Islands – Telecoms regulators plan to take a more active role in policing consumer complaints in an effort to improve standards across the …

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Dec 24 2014

Top 10 articles of 2014

The top 10 most widely read articles published by ICT Pulse in 2014. Of the 150 or so articles published on ICT Pulse so far for the year, below are the 10 most widely read 2014: 10. 5 critical questions to ask when preparing a business continuity plan Though no one would argue that business …

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Dec 17 2014

Creating the Next ‘Tribe’ of Caribbean ICT Entrepreneurs

Shiva Bissessar

The ITU and CANTO recently held a Regional Youth ICT Innovations training workshop in Antigua and Barbuda over the period 8—10 December 2014. The following is a synopsis from the perspective of one of the presenters, Shiva Bissessar. Day 2 of the Regional Youth ICT Innovations Training Workshop saw a large turnout, despite the fact …

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Dec 10 2014

Is it a good idea to regulate VoIP-based services?

Jamaica has announced that it will be introducing regulations for over the top VoIP services in order to generate tax revenue, but is that really a good idea? For most of us in the Caribbean, we have been riveted by the unfolding drama of the proposed purchase of Columbus International by Cable and Wireless Communications …

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