In this Episode of This Week in Caribbean Tech, Host Ingrid Riley shares the hottest Caribbean Tech News of the Week including topics such as Caribbean Women in Tech, the Net Neutrality Fight across the Caribbean plus the Caribbean Startup in this week's spotlight; up coming Caribbean Tech Events and
The digital era is here to stay but many still lack the skills needed to get ahead in the Internet economy. A 2017 CIGI-Ipsos survey on Internet security and trust found that a significant percentage of Internet users do not trust the Internet enough to conduct financial transactions online. Even among
I was asked to come an interview this morning on Smile Jamaica, the leading morning show on Television Jamaica. The topic was Women in Technology-the benefits,the challenges and how can our government implement more opportunities within the ICT sector. Of course the interview Simone Clarke Cooper and Neville Bell can
Watch Episode#5 of This Week in Caribbean Tech Live Broadcast, hosted weekly, every Thursday by Ingrid Riley on Facebook. In this Episode: Haiti Tech Summit, Ben Horowitz; Artificial Intelligence and BPO Jobs in Jamaica; The cost of Internet Service in the Caribbean; Ganjagram Startup; four Caribbean Tech events coming
Watch the replay of Episode#4 of This Week in Caribbean TEch Live Broadcast, hosted weekly by Ingrid Riley on Facebook. In this Episode: PitchitCaribbean, Digicel, Quikanou, NextGenCreators are mentioned and more. Get the latest Caribbean Tech News, Caribbean Startups Events, Apps and Issues, every Thursday 1 p.m. EDT, 2 p.m. EST.
by Nerissa Golden The Caribbean entrepreneurship space has been quite busy for the past seven years. Millions of Euros and Canadian dollars have been invested to help stir up a desire for enterprise development and to strengthen existing structures to improve local economies. What is the strategy for continuity once funding
Jamaicans aren't online they said. Jamaicans aren't using this social media platforms they said. Jamaicans aren't into that technology thing they said. . The businesses that had been saying this, now find themselves behind the 8ball - out of business, or on their way there. They clearly got complacent, ignored the trend data, and