Most people don’t wait until they are stranded by the roadside to consider taking their car in for a tune-up. Yet when it comes to Information Technology – the engine of any modern business – it seems common sense is far less common, according to a leading provider of hardware, software and IT services.
Micronet, a Nassau-based regional technology leader, marks its 30th anniversary this month, celebrating with a reception for long-standing clients and the official unveiling of its new super store and service facility.
The U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Office donated three computers valued at over $2,500 to The Bahamas Department of Customs on October 17.
A ‘loose coalition’ of key web players, ranging from Mozilla and WordPress to Fark.com and the Cheezburger Network, has formed to organise flash campaigns against ‘bad laws and monopolies’.
A recently discovered Skype bug is causing random chat messages to be sent to the wrong users.
If Bain could change one thing concerning business in The Bahamas it would be to make Computer Science a mandatory subject in the curriculum.
Suddenly, the next version of the iPhone doesn’t seem so important. It’s time to mourn Steve Jobs, the Silicon Valley maestro who always seemed to hit the right note as he transformed Apple Inc. into technology’s greatest hits factory.
The Indian government wants to construct an information technology centre for Bahamians. A memorandum of understanding is being worked on.
Sports equipment and six computers have been donated to Government High School during an official hand over ceremony by Ambassador Hu Dingxian on behalf of the Chinese Government.