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Good Connectivity is Essential for Remote Call Centre Agents

One of the most notable links between your company and the outside world is your all-important call center agents. Our “new normal” sees most, if not all, companies encouraging their staff to work from home. Good and reliable internet...

Remote Working Connectivity: The New Challenge for IT Managers

Many companies have scrambled to get their employees ready to work from home following the announcement by South African President Ramphosa of a lockdown for all non-essential businesses in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19.  While some sectors...

Gemalto secures IoT connection with all-in-one sim

Digital security company Gemalto, is helping simplify and secure IoT connectivity for AT&T customers by integrating its embedded SIM (eSIM) inside the Cinterion® LTE-M IoT module. The new solution streamlines development for OEMs and reduces the cost and complexity of IoT deployment by...

Kenya mall attack: questions over unregistered SIM cards

The debate over deactivating or suspending unregistered SIM cards in Kenya has again come under the spotlight with four major mobile service operators claiming that they have complied with regulations set forth by the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK),  a claim dissmissed...

Uganda: Court dismisses SIM registration challenge

Uganda, just like many other African nations, has implemented a SIM registration policy where mobile phone users are forced to register their SIM cards with the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) in order to reduce crimes committed with fraudulent SIM...

Will Tanzania’s Finance Bill stymie Internet growth?

Amendments to Tanzania’s recently passed Finance Bill 2013 has ushered in a 14,5% excise duty on all mobile airtime, mobile services, as well as landline and wireless telecommunication services. According to research Tanzanians will have to fork out more...

Uganda’s SIM registration to go forward, says court

Uganda's SIM card registration process will go ahead after a court ruled that it would not block a move by the Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) to have all telecom users' SIM cards registered. Justice Eldard Mwangusya said in his ruling that the application...

Kenya: Safaricom to phase out feature phones

Kenyan telecommunications operator Safaricom has announced it will phase out and completely end the sale of feature phones and strengthen its delivery of smartphones. Safaricom's Director of Corporate Affairs Nzioka Waita said that the company is witnessing a decline in the overall cost...

Over 4 million Kenyan SIM cards switched off

Kenyan mobile phone operators report that, collectively, over four million unregistered SIM cards out of a targeted 6.1 million have been barred. Safaricom, Yu, Airtel and Orange Kenya said that the overall registration process saw more than 70 percent of users comply with...

South Sudan extends SIM registration deadline

South Sudan's Ministry of Telecommunications has pushed the deadline for the registration of SIM cards until February 28 after a limited number of people had come out to register. The move is aimed at ensuring continued service for users and reinforcing the importance of SIM card registration. Deputy...
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Regular Vigilance Crucial for Spotting Software Breaches

Chief Technology Officer for Obsidian Systems, Karl Fischer, says "Constant vigilance is essential to identifying software security breaches." Fischer recounts,...
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