Zimbabwe govt sets up data centre for national administration

Friday 26 February 2021 | 12:35 CET | News
Zimbabwe has established the National Data Centre in Harare to help migrate data within government departments as part of the country's ongoing e-government project, ITWeb reported. The data centre will help President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration to digitise operations. Mnangagwa said the need to continuously adopt systems that eliminate bureaucratic red-tape and reduce the cost of doing business cannot be overemphasized, and the National Data Centre is a vital cog to achieve these objectives.

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Countries: Zimbabwe
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