Alston eyes brain-drain bounty
Richard Alston, the Communications and IT Minister, has raised
the possibility of paying incentives to expatriate IT whiz-kids to stem the
accelerating brain drain...
Bos flags Sausage future
Nearly two months after Sausage Software's merger with
SMS Consulting, its executive and board structure is still
not finalised, raising questions about who will control
the new-look company...
Liberty soars on snag rumours
SHARES in LibertyOne continued to soar in afternoon trade,
stacking on about 40 per cent on rumours Sausage Software
is looking to takeover the company...
AIIA pushes government on R&D
The government admits that R&D is declining, and the industry
body is lobbying for still more changes...
Questions Persist Over E-Speak Software
It was supposed to enable a smarter Internet that could practically read your mind...
Internet fever grips Kenya
Electronic commerce is the new buzzword in
Kenya, but can it really take off while
telephone lines are so dodgy?...
Interpol Needs Help on Net Crimes
Acknowledging international law enforcement's inability thus far to combat fast-moving Internet
crime, Interpol is considering letting a Silicon Valley security company help it protect
businesses from malicious hackers...
France orders Echelon probe
France wants to know if the secret spy
network is also engaged in industrial espionage. A
separate EU investigation is expected this week...