Meltdown Threat Update

Written By on January 31, 2018

  1.    What is a Meltdown? Let’s start with the basics: Operating systems ensure that user applications cannot access each other’s memories and prevent user applications from reading or writing kernel memory. This isolation is a cornerstone of our computing environments and allows running multiple applications on personal devices or executing processes of multiple users on a single machine in the […]

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Debunking Common Myths of Cloud Computing

Written By on November 30, 2016

What is the cloud? Where is this cloud? These and more are some of the questions you are probably asking yourself. Cloud computing is a term that is being used everywhere, sparking up an interest to know what it is all about. Cloud computing means storing and accessing programs and data over the Internet instead […]

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It’s Not How Much Fibre You Have, It’s What You Do With It

Written By on June 15, 2015

David Weekly highlights the issue of high Internet access latency in emerging markets in his interesting and topical (for us!) Facebook post. We are glad that David’s post managed to generate much discussion all round. This is the core reason we started Angani – to

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iHub Turns 5

Written By on March 06, 2015

The iHub turns 5 this month. It’s been a fast journey, and now most of the memories are a blur. We don’t even remember what it felt like to be in Nairobi at a time when there was no Tech Community

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Ho ho hoping you had a hacker free xmas

Written By on January 07, 2015

Hack attacks have been all the rage lately, and it got us musing: What does the attack surface look like in Kenyan cyberspace? In particular, where are the opportunistic attacks coming from, and how prevalent are they?

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