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The global workspace is fast evolving to normalize virtual work spaces. This change has prompted companies to upgrade their data protection systems to protect sensitive and personal data. More so, all who process personal data must legally recognize the right of an individual to the privacy of his or her communications. Read More...

2019 is in review and, without much  debate, what stands out for Ghana’s year end is the “Year of Return”. On the off chance that this event was missed, it is important to state that Ghana ’s Government took steps to commemorate 400 years (1619 – 2019) after the first group of slaves left the country’s coast to the Commonwealth of Virginia, now part of the United States of America (USA)..Click HERE to read newsletter…...

Ghana's energy demands are rising in close contest with its power supply. In an effort to balance the score, and in line with the global goal of a green economy, Ghana’s government is diversifying its electricity generation mix through the promotion and development of renewable energy sources such as thermal, solar and wind.Click HERE to read newsletter…...