DON’T CRY FOR MR. UBER,Travis Kalanick! LESSONS FOR THE CARIBBEAN?!

I honestly don't know why so many people are worrying about Travis Kalanick, founder and former CEO Uber. Or worse, some are making it seem almost noble that he stepped down as Ceo in the wake of high profile investor mutiny that followed a flood of reports of it's uber

This Week in Caribbean Tech Live Episode #04 on Facebook this Thursday

In the fourth episode of  This Week in Caribbean Tech Live on our Silicon Caribe Facebook this Thursday June 22, 2017, I have a lot of news and information on Caribbean Startups, Apps and Events. I will also discuss the status of Caribbean ecommerce and the call for regulation of

There are 2.4 million Caribbean professionals on linkedin.com now, here’s why you should care.

Well, let’s start with the fundamentals. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the Internet with more than 500 million members in over 200 countries and territories. Bought for USD$26 billion by Microsoft last year, it is the site where professionals are signing up to join at a rate of

Cyber threats and security in the Caribbean 2017 update

Our 2017 Expert Insight series on network intrusion and security in the Caribbean continues with Hector Dias, a network/IT security professional based in the Dominican Republic.   In this the second in our Expert insights series for 2017 on cyber threats and security in the Caribbean, we are thrilled, once again, to have

The Tambourine Army Vs The State ?!: All eyes on this CyberCrime Case in Jamaica

Today Wednesday March 22nd,  Latoya Nugent, human rights activist and co-founder of the Tambourine Army will face her accusers in court and hear the argument for her being charged under Jamaica's Cybercrime Act for “use of a computer for malicious communication.” Nugent was charged with three counts of using a computer