Tag Archive: education

Oct 01 2014

Skills today’s software developers need to be more competitive

A quick look at the top computer programmes languages for 2014, and additional skills that software developers ought to possess to better positioned for the current market. In newspapers in Trinidad and Tobago last week, and as reflected in our latest news roundup (published on Monday, 29 September), policy makers in the twin-island republic have …

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Sep 29 2014

Roundup: for the week ending 28 September 2014

A roundup of ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region during the period Monday 22 September to 28 September 2014. Monday, 22 September 2014 Gov’t pushes on with data protection Cayman Islands – The Cayman Islands government has signaled its intention to proceed with enacting a Data Protection Law, aimed generally at shielding the privacy …

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Sep 17 2014

Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection

An overview of the recently published revised Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection, and the five key areas highlighted for protecting and promoting children’s rights. Last week, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) announced the release of updated Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection, which it has prepared in collaboration with the United Nations Children Fund …

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Sep 15 2014

Roundup: for the week ending 14 September 2014

A roundup of ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region during the period Monday 8 September to Sunday 14 September 2014. Monday, 8 September 2014 Cable: URCA In ‘Uncharted Waters’ Over Price Caps Bahamas – Cable Bahamas has warned regulators they will be “in uncharted waters” by proceeding with implementing price caps on its pay-TV …

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Sep 10 2014

Are government-issued laptops being compromised at the factory or after being assigned?

A discussion on a recent report on finding spyware on a government-issued laptop assigned to a student, against concerns that the devices might already be compromised before they end up in the students’ hands. In Trinidad and Tobago last week, the Chairman of the board of directors of the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Radio League …

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