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Here are the mistakes Ugandan software developers are making

This was originally posted on TechJaja on April 17th, 2019. Jumia recently got listed in the New York stock exchange market as the pioneer tech product from Africa to do so and discussions sprung up on vario...

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Why technology is the solution to agribusiness in Uganda

In collaboration with the World Bank Group, the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF), will host the DAT Innovation Challenge on November 19th 2019 in Kampala, Uganda. The Innovation...

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Choosing the right software development company

Once you have established that you can’t license or otherwise buy in ready-made or “off the shelf” software for your operational requirements or new venture, you will realise the way forward is to build the sof...

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Everything You Need to Know About Cyber security

It’s Cyber Security Month, so Freelyformd has a special blog to highlight the importance of keeping your systems safe from unscrupulous hackers! Cyber security is, and has been since the dawn of the information...

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NITA Uganda reduces certification fees for local IT firms

The National Information Technology Authority – Uganda (NITA -U) has reduced certification fees for local IT  companies under its IT Certification Project in order to encourage local IT firms to ...

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Jobs That Technology Will Replace

When computers first started becoming popular, people thought that they would ‘take away jobs’. Whilst in some instances this has been the case, for safety or efficiency reasons, there are now several roles tha...

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How Can Blockchain Help Secure IoT Networks?

Internet of Things (IoT) is the collective name for smart devices connected to the Internet. These devices interact with other applications and each other, as well as with us. An example of this would be a...

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Most Expensive Software Mistakes

When a piece of software is developed, it is always with good intention. You don’t expect it to harm people… well, unless you’re being deliberately malicious! However, it’s quite common to have software bugs. M...