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Weekly Discussion Roundup 27th Jan – 2nd February 2014 PDF Print E-mail

 

1. Stolen Laptop Samsung Ultra 5 series. Initiated by Ayoti Max

Stolen laptop, it’s not common so if one comes across it, alert Max on 0794950119

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Losing a laptop can disorganise, stress and puts a strain on funds. Tips on how to secure electronic devises can be found here

Conclusion/ Remarks

Specifications of stolen laptop: Model:NP530U4C

Processor :Core i5 3317U 1.7GHZ

Serial no:JACL91FD700***B(some figure removed)

Install antivirus with tracking feature (Quick Heal) on your remaining devises.

2. SAS Hard Disk for Dell Power edge 2900 Server Wanted Initiated By David Hamya

Hot swapable Hardisk of 500GB

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Conclusion/ Remarks

Order for one or contact NCR to get the right product.

3. School Information Management System Developer Needed Initiated by Samson Tusiime

Looking for a person who has worked on a school information management system.

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www.thebursar.com

Wabwire Allan on 0701115550/ 0794674662,

he is the developer of www.ugmusic.net

Samuel on 0772 430202,he developed and maintains www.schoolwrite.co.ug

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Conclusion/ Remarks

We are the authorised East and Central Africa reseller for Fedena. It is a multipurpose school management software, used by
educational institutions worldwide for all administration, management and learning related activities.

Website

Demo

4. Swedish-Ugandan ICT Conference Initiated by Margaret Sevume

Opportunity for partnerships for development in the ICT sector.

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Showcased businesses are

  • Ericsson
  • EKN
  • ELTEL Networks
  • FLEXENCLOSURE
  • Greenlight
  • ICT Networks
  • Swedfund
  • Transmode

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Conclusion/ Remarks

The Swedish-Uganda Association (SUBA)’s current secretary is Edward Kasule Musisi

On This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Mob +256 772783784

5. A NICE International ICT4D Failure Initiated by Pamela Kiria

NICE International has closed its doors. An interesting appropriate ICT project that failed to become sustainable.

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Full story at this Link

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Conclusion/ Remarks

Failure could have been because the business models implemented were authored by people who had probably never attempted business in rural Africa.

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