February 13-15, 2019
Elephant Hills Hotel, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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Accelerating Growth And Demand!

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    Why don't you join us on the 13th of February 2019 on Gala Dinner and Sunset Cruise - Entertainment by our local band "Djembe Monks". From our luxurious cruises on the Zambezi River, you can experienc ...
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    An important function of government is to maintain trusted information about individuals, organizations, assets, and activities. Local, regional, and national agencies are charged with maintaining records that include, for instance, birth and death dates or information about marital status, business licensing, property transfers, or criminal activity. Managing and using these data can be complicated, even for advanced governments. Some records exist only in paper form, and if changes need to be made in official registries, citizens often must appear in person to do so. Individual agencies tend to build their own silos of data and information-management protocols, which preclude other parts of the government from using them. And, of course, these data must be protected against unauthorized access or manipulation, with no room for error.  
    Blockchain technology could simplify the management of trusted information, making it easier for government agencies to access and use critical public-sector data while maintaining the security of this information. A blockchain is an encoded digital ledger that is stored on multiple computers in a public or private network. It comprises data records, or “blocks.” Once these blocks are collected in a chain, they cannot be changed or deleted by a single actor; instead, they are verified and managed using automation and shared governance protocols.  
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Testimonials

  • We were looking for a place that is a premium vehicle for our products, a wide demographic to grow our business and 2 day’s worth of sales leads to grow over the next 12- 18 month and that is exactly why we are at Data Centre Africa 2019. We have had great conversations and looking forward to creating business with the leads generated from the 2 days.
    David Howe
    CEO, Dermat Limited
  • Data Centre Africa Conference is the go to event for exhibitors in the data centre sector. We want to see the event grow and develop into a leader of all data centre industry events and that’s why we exhibit here. The event will definitely not disappoint, we are looking forward to see many clients & customers multiple new faces – this will lead to lots of visitors coming to ask questions, new networking opportunities and leads.
    Jack Peckham
    Business Development Manager, Rene Electronics

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