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Exciting presentations lined up for 2014 Broadband Forum

Its 8 days to go until Zimbabwe’s 2014 Broadband Forum which will be a meeting point for thought leaders and contributors of broadband infrastructure and services as whole. Seven speakers will be making rich presentations covering a diversity of topics that emphasise the current broadband landscape, the opportunities and impact in Zimbabwe and on the continent.

The speakers lined up for the forum possess a keen insight on broadband and broadband enabled services and its progression locally, regionally and internationally and through a two way exchange they will be sharing their insights and discussing pertinent questions around the real opportunities of broadband for businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs.

With additional Information on the forum available on the website we have listed the speakers and the areas they will be presenting on at the forum next week.

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  • Cloud Computing In Africa : Separating Reality from Myth (Tonderai Sibanda – Manager, SEACOM)
  • Zimbabwe’s Broadband Infrastructure : Capacity and Opportunity for Digital Information, Entertainment and Commerce (Wellington Makamure – MD & Group Executive Southern Africa, Liquid Telecom Group)
  • The VAS and App Ecosystem in the Mobile Broadband Arena (Leon de Fleuriot – GM Products & Services, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe)
  • Data and Application hosting Infrastructure (Michele Scanlon – CEO, Dandemutande – Utande uMAX brands)
  • Connectivity in remote places : Closing the gap where fibre fears to tread (Joseph Machiva – Sales and Marketing Director, TelOne)
  • Upskilling for the Digital Economy (Dr Hapanyengwi – Director of ICT, University of Zimbabwe)
  • Discussion Panel – Positioning for the new Broadband Ecosystem :  FTTH. IPTV, OTT Services, Cloud Services and Payments (Wellington Makamure, Joseph Machiva, James Wekesa, Leon de Fleuriot, Tonderai Sibanda and a POTRAZ Representative.

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6 thoughts on “Exciting presentations lined up for 2014 Broadband Forum

  1. The cloud buzz is over.Serious corporates are avoiding it, unless its private/closed and that area of business has suffered after the NSA Snowden leaks. Especially where IP and important data are concerned.For the small business with little or no IP value it is inconsequential. But for a significant entity that’s a favourable target for US competition, influence or information… THEY’RE ALL AVOIDING THE CLOUD.

    1. You are deeply mistaken, we have just started to scratch the surface with cloud solutions, it’s a solution guaranteed to save companies a lot of money especially when it comes to buying hardware. Well most of that money can now go into your adaptive firewalls etc “security”. It’s all the same, instead of having a PC or a thin client at your desk, they both still can get jacked if your security is not adaptive.

  2. I really dont get the hype about this forum its so expensive for some people, you guys you talk about networking,connect,engage,contribute and all with who really thats the question, Am sure the people who will attend the forum are people who are well off/got the money. Take a look at countries like India and south africa some of these forums are for free or affordable and they really generate great thinkers. For us as a country to move forward and embrace ICT we should at least make these forums affordable or for free

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