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September 21, 2020
A.F. Adderley Class of 1986 Donated Computer Devices to Students

A.F. Adderley Class of 1986 Alumni donated computer devices to students of A.F. Adderley Junior High School, today, at the Ministry of Education, University Drive. Minister of Education the Hon. Jeffrey Lloyd...

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July 02, 2018
Bahamas Striping donates computers to Programme S.U.R.E.

As government invested millions to equip preschools with laptops, tablets and other interactive devices, dozens of at-risk students at Programme S.U.R.E. -- an intervention institution for disruptive teen boys, pecked away on outdated computers that took forever to boot and were likely to crash mid-way [...]
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Bill English: Computer mouse co-creator dies at 91
August 04, 2020
Bill English: Computer mouse co-creator dies at 91

The co-creator of the computer mouse, William English, has died aged 91...

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February 07, 2020
Social Services to go Online; Acklins and Crooked Island Urban Centres to Get Computer Labs in ‘Shortest Possible Time’

The Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development will make its products and services available online in order to meet clients’ needs in a more efficient and effective manner throughout The Commonwealth of The Bahamas...

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December 13, 2019
Coding Camp Donates Computers to C I Gibson

Students at C.I. Gibson High School will now have use of three additional brand-new computer systems courtesy of Success Code Camp (SSC), a community-minded, non-profit organization focused on promoting careers in Information Technology (IT)...

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November 18, 2019
Millions lost in computer fiasco: PLP's failed deal to digitise vital patient records

A FURIOUS legal battle is brewing over an $18m Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) contract that a Cabinet minister admitted has "crashed" and delivered zero value for taxpayers and patients alike.

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Ministry of Tourism hit by computer virus
July 18, 2019
Ministry of Tourism hit by computer virus

TOURISM Minister Dionisio D'Aguilar is calling for computer security at the Ministry of Tourism to be beefed up following the discovery of a virus on a ministry server on Tuesday...

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Computer Hacking at 'Epidemic Levels', says Int'l Expert Insurance Management, Summit Partner to Launch Cyber Security Coverage
April 27, 2019
Computer Hacking at 'Epidemic Levels', says Int'l Expert Insurance Management, Summit Partner to Launch Cyber Security Coverage

With computer hacking at what one of the world’s leading experts declared ‘epidemic levels’, individuals, businesses and governmental agencies and institutions are at abnormally high risks as The Bahamas...

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Computer servers 'stranded' in space
February 27, 2019
Computer servers 'stranded' in space

A pair of Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers sent up to the International Space Station in August 2017 as an experiment have still not come back to Earth, three months after their intended return...

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December 12, 2018
Police seized computers in BPL fraud probe

Police seized the computer of former Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Fixed Asset Manager James Dean during their investigations into a multimillion-dollar fraud against the company, a court heard yesterday. Prosecutors allege that Dean received $1.9 million from BPL's bank account and falsified multiple payment [...]
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