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Diaspora University Town ICT Developers Review ICT Plan

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Eric Mirie and Phyllis at Eric office in Worcester. Eric Mirie and Phyllis at Eric office in Worcester.

Eric Mirie of Worcester and Phyllis Kiarie of Alabama who have been working on the Diaspora University Town Information, Communication Technology (ICT) plan met at Eric office in Worcester. The specialists were happy to finally meet and review the DUT-ICT plan. The specialists who have vast knowledge and experience in ICT systems discussed the diverse ICT plans that will be implemented in the University and Town.

The ICT plans that will create hundreds of jobs are set to be implemented through: the University ICT Department that Phyllis is working on and diverse Small Medium Enterprise (SME) that will open in the Town. Eric, who runs an SME in Worcester is working to open the first ICT SME in the town to supply diverse ICT services and products.   

The ICT specialists further discussed the role ICT will play in the safety and security of the Town. They looked at different applications that will be applied to ensure the safety and security of residents and students during the development period and thereafter the yearly sustenance. 

The specialists further reviewed the plan of the University building and the Data center to be applied in the building. They also reviewed the different approaches to ensure the University, Town, Residents, students and SMEs get the best available ICT products and services at any given time.  

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