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iHub By Hilda Moraa / February 16, 2012

ICT Hubs: Initial Pre-test Insights from iHub

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Assessing the Impact of African ICT Hubs to the Entrepreneurs: Last week, iHub research conducted a pre-test of the research instruments to be used to assess the impact of iHub on the entrepreneurs in the space. This is part of the on-going ICT Hubs Research Series that is studying fifteen

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 15, 2012

Cloud Computing Fundamentals

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Does the term cloud computing cloud your thinking? Do you associate cloud computing to overcast weather? Are you tired of marketing buzzwords that are never explained like ‘SaaS’ (You read it as ‘Sasa’, a common Swahili greeting), PaaS (you assume this means a man from Western Kenya has had enough

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 12, 2012

The iHub: A 2-year Infographic

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Founded just under 2 years ago, the *iHub_ – Nairobi’s Innovation Hub has grown tremendously to become the go to place for all things techie in East Africa. This space is home to many of Kenya’s young entrepreneurs, web and mobile phone programmers, designers and researchers. It also acts as

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iHub Meetups & User Groups

iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 7, 2012

Call for iHub User Groups and Meetups

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The essence of the *iHub_ is epitomized by 5 key principles: Innovation, Community, Entrepreneurship, Business Mentoring and Research. In the last two years, we’ve had numerous activities that have directly contributed to these principles. These include the events we’ve held, the initiatives that have spun off the iHub such as

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 5, 2012

Can technology enhance musical experience and creativity? – Tandaa

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Speaker: Roger B. Dannenberg, Associate Research Professor at the Schools of Computer Science, Art, and Music | Carnegie Mellon University Roger’s research work in music and technology has earned him three patents. On Monday February 6, he will speak about his experience in using software engineering to create products that make music more

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