Cable & Wireless Communications announces that LIME, its operation in the Caribbean, has signed a multi-million dollar contract in a joint venture between Cuba and Venezuela.
The Indian government wants to construct an information technology centre for Bahamians. A memorandum of understanding is being worked on.
At least one of Cable Bahamas’ Coralwave mail servers are blacklisted throughout the internet due to the fact that the company continues to allow spam to be sent through their network.
The unbundling of services offered by Cable Bahamas Limited is expected be completed in Grand Bahama by December 2013, according to the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA).
The launch of a website for the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources marks a milestone in the development of the agricultural industry and is an example of the efforts to modernize the sector and make the best use of modern technology.
The Bahamas Government, in an effort to reduce costs and promote efficiency, would like us to spend lots of money to enjoy a substandard service.
The deputy chairman of a high tech start-up in The Bahamas predicts that Cable & Wireless would strengthen BTC’s online services and build a part of the business that has yet to reach its potential.
Salvation Army donations nearly double after BahamasB2B helped to publicize the story of Baha Mar’s generous challenge.
The annual auction held by the Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) has “exceeded expectations” this year, with its Executive Vice-president Frank Comito attributing its success to a decision to offer the bidding online.