Horn of Africa: Guul Group to assist with Asoko Insight digital DealRoom

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Somalilandsun:”Asoko Insight is facilitating a deal room for the Department of International Trade (DIT) of the UK government to put African companies in touch with British investors.

The digital DealRoom will take advantage of Asoko’s unique data acquisition model and unrivalled corporate database of over 100,000 private African companies to support the UK’s partnership with Africa to build a secure and prosperous future for all our citizens.

This digital deal room launched at the UK-Africa Investment Summit. You may read more about Asoko’s partnership with DIT here: https://www.africa-newsroom.com/press/asoko-launches-department-for-international-trade-dit-dealroom-at-the-forthcoming-ukafrica-investment-summit?lang=en read more

Somaliland: Hargeisa among 47 African Cities Hosting Oracle Cloud Day Event

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By: Latifa Yusuf Masai
Hargeisa (Somalilandsun)-The republic of Somaliland was among 47 sub Saharan countries that simultaneously hosted oracle cloud day 2016.
At the event held at Ambassador Hotel in Hargeisa that pooled its participants from government, institutions of higher learning and the private sectors the guest of Honour namely the Somaliland minister of Council coordination, Research and Technology Ali Hamud Jibril said the inclusion of Somaliland to simultaneously hold the Oracle Cloud Day 2016 event with other sub-Saharan countries was a measure of the rapidly growing technology sector.
“Being selected by a company such as Oracle with global operations is matter of pride for the country thence the government’s commitment to facilitating a conducive operational environment for Oracle and other foreign investors as well” said minister Ali Hamud adding that his ministry shall utilize the Oracle Cloud application to store government data.
The Oracle cloud platform was introduced by visiting company experts that included its Horn Africa representative Ms Hodon Mohamed supported by Daoud from Mega boutique of Djibouti among others
. According to Daud who was main presenter the Oracle cloud platform enables businesses and public sector agencies to increase performance, through concentration on core activities devoid of cumbersome on premium data management.
Somaliland technology minister and government and Oracle cloud experts at the event in Hargeiisa read more

Somaliland: Oracle Entices Administration to Cloud Storage Technology

As Somaliland technology minister reveals plans of establishing a national data Centre

Oracle cloud roadshow in Hargeisa Somaliland

By: Latifa Yusuf Masai

HARGEISA (Somalilandsun) – The government of Somaliland is pursuing avenues of interconnecting all its nationwide operations electronically.
This was revealed during a one day meeting held at the Ambassador hotel in Hargeisa where Oracle Cloud Technology hosted government officials.
The high level government team to the Oracle cloud meeting meeting was led by minister of Technology and council coordination Ali Hamud Jibril included his aviation counterpart Farman Aden Haybe, deputy finance and aviation ministers and the ministry of education director General.
During the cloud technology briefing by the country representative of the Djibouti headquartered Mega Bouique that handles Oracle Company activities locally Mr Adanan Hoog benefits of the government utilizing cloud technology for safe and reliable data storage were divulged.
“The Oracle Cloud Platform enables users to Consolidate and manage databases as cloud services and accelerate analytical performance while achieving new levels of efficiency, security, and availability” said the Mega Boutique rep in his opening remarks.
Touching on the impact of lost data through various means like fire, natural disasters, theft that destroy whatever is save manually Adnaan Hoog stressed on the security of data availed by the Oracle Cloud technology courtesy of its secure servers that enable a client to not only maintain the said despite any disasters but anyway on earth as long as internet connection is available.
Similarly it was also informed that the technology also allows a client, in this instance the Somaliland government, to interconnect all its offices from district, regional to national level offices electronic thence facilitate ease of service provision through apt and instantaneous communication. read more