Quite a few technology related events will be taking place in Nairobi this week.
Tuesday, 23rd February, 2009: ORACLE/DELOITTE BREAKFAST MEETING
The database maker and vendor, Oracle will together with audit firm/consultants Deloitte hold a breakfast meeting at the Serena tomorrow. 7AM.
The presentation will revolve around the ORACLE SECURITY STACK that includes:
· DATA BASE VAULT
· AUDIT VAULT
· IDENTITY MANAGEMENT ACCESS SUIT
The main presenter will be AVINASH RAMTOHUL from Oracle Mauritius.
Publicity for the event and the presenters is being done by Owens Muhiu of IMG Events and PR: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, 24th February, 2009: AITEC Banking & Mobile Money COMESA Conference
AITEC is facilitating this event at KICC for two days starting Wednesday.
In attendance will be bankers from the COMESA region. Nairobitech spoke to James Mwangi, AITEC CEO who said, "We want to chart a way forward in terms of innovations. What innovations are friendly to the customer in terms of cost, availability etc.."
The Opening Speech will be delivered by the Minister of Finance, Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta.
Preceding the opening ceremony will be a breakfast briefing hosted by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for CEOs of financial institutions from within the region.
· Date: 24th February 2010
· Time: 7:00a.m.
· Venue: Tsavo Room (Theatre 1)
Uhuru Kenyatta will be Guest of honour at the breakfast. Other key guests and speakers at the opening ceremony include:
1. Clair Alexandre, Senior Program Officer, Financial Services for the Poor, Gates Foundation,
2. Bernard Matthewman, CEO, Paynet Group
3. Martin-Otieno Oduor, KCB CEO, in his capacity as Chairman of the Kenya Bankers Association.
Friday, 26 February, 2009: eMobilis Technology and Training academy STUDENTS PROJECTS PRESENTATION DAY.
The academy which trains developers for the mobile platform has already graduated its first batch of students. Students will be showcasing their projects at the academy's 3rd floor, Kipro Center premises on Sports Road opp Parkland's Baptist Church.
NairobiTech will try and bring you the digest from these events.