ICT, Development and Innovation
August 5, 2011 Editor 0
ICT now dominates every aspect of our daily lives. Mobile phones, desktop computers, hand held devices, emails and the use of Internet has become a central part of our culture and society. In business, we have seen major paradigm shifts. How can ICT further development and innovation in Africa? This brief presentation puts forward a model. My Model 2002-2011
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