Angani Seeks To Debug The Myth That World-Class Local Cloud Services Are Not Possible In Kenya
I am something of a veteran when it comes to using cloud infrastructure on both local (read Kenyan-based) and international platforms. This runs the whole gamut of website hosting services, file storage, corporate email, etc etc. I have been doing this ‘stuff’ for over 15 years, since the very early
[Video] Interview with Uhasibu’s Mike Pedersen.
Below is a video interview I had last week with Uhasibu’s Founder Mike Pedersen. Uhasibu is a cloud-based business management app that enables small businesses in Kenya to automate their financials for a monthly low investment of only Kes. 1,000.00. The last time I spoke to Mike, Uhasibu was very
SafaricomCLOUD: Safaricom’s third act to dominate Kenya’s telecoms sector?
There is no denying that Safaricom is easily one of Kenya’s most innovative companies, even if its DNA is ultimately rooted in technology. It seems just like the other day when mobile telephony became widely available to the masses in Kenya at the cusp of the Millennium when Safaricom and