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The future of ICT

By | August 23rd 2011
Kenya is yet to reap the immense benefits presented by the landing of fibre optic cables over weak legislation, insuficient investment and weak marketing strategies. Global head of technology, media and telecommunications at deloite jolyon baker says that the country must develop platforms and infratructure that will see creation of an i-c-t hub if the government and private sector are to take advantages of developments in information and communication technology. He spoke to ktn's phillip keittany.
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