Where the wild data charges roam

Above: Modern smartphones can connect almost everywhere from anywhere. Photo illustration by SIphotography/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1094 for May 23, 2017 There’s been a lot of conversation in media, […]

Going global with T&T services

Above: At the Global Services Promotion launch, Internet strategist Bevil Wooding, Barbados project awardee Peter Edey, Dr Terrence Farrell and Carolina Gonzales-Velosa, Labour Market and Social […]

At Microsoft M4: A Public Sector digital hero

Above: The Public Sector panel on Digital Government at Microsoft’s M4, from left, Josemaria Valdepenas, Microsoft Digital Transformation Architect, Minister of Information Milford Nicholas and Marlon […]

Carnival: the state of disunion

Above: Revellers in Tribe’s Wings of Desire at the Socadrome in 2015. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1026 for February 02, 2016 Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival looks set […]

The price of intolerance

Above: Friends on a beach. Don’t mind me, I’m just here, sipping tea. Illustration by Jitka Vesela/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1011 for October 20, 2015 It must have happened 43 […]

Get started on tech

Above: The cover of the Public Sector Investment Programme document that will, among other things, drive technology initiatives for 2016. BitDepth#1010 for October 13, 2015 Like […]

The e-Legislative Agenda for T&T

The e-Legislative Agenda – Trinidad and Tobago By: Atiba Phillips – Principal Consultant, INFOCOMM Technologies (ICT) Ltd (www.ict.co.tt). Reproduced here by kind permission of the author. The […]

T&T e-Gov rating drops 24 places

The rating for Trinidad and Tobago’s e-governance has dropped by 24 places in the current report of the United Nations Public Administration Network, falling from 67 […]

LAC-i-Roadshow on April 25

+ICANN in collaboration with the CTU invites you to the first in a series of Roadshows to be held in the Latin America and Caribbean region on […]