Now showing items 1-9 of 9
An Analysis of Information Technology (IT) Security Practices: A Case Study of Kenyan Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Financial Sector
Organizations of all sizes are now significantly reliant upon information and communication technology for the performance of their business activities. They therefore need to ensure that their systems and data are ...
A grapheme-based approach for accent restoration in Gıkuyu
The orthography of G˜ık˜uy˜u includes a number of accented characters to represent the entire vowel system. These characters are however not readily available on standard computer keyboards and are usually represented as ...
Understanding Intention to Use Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques (CAATTs) Using UTAUT Model: Perspectives of Auditors in Kenya National Audit Ofﬁ ce (KENAO)
Adoption of computer assisted audit tools and techniques (CAATTs) has become fundamental in many audit methodologies owing to rapid advances in clients' information system usage. Audit standards encourage auditors to ...
Induction of Decision Trees
(University of Nairobi, 2003)
Leveraging ICT in the development of a clinical cancer registry – lessons learnt from the Kenya Oncological Research Database
The International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that worldwide, by 2020 there will be 15 million new cases of cancer a year, 70% of which will occur in developing countries1. It is feared that most cases of ...
Policy implications of the relationship between ICT access and usage and well-being : a case study of Kenya : research paper
(University Of Nairobi, 2011)
The relationship between information and communication technologies (ICTs) and well-being or poverty remains unclear and research to date has resulted in divergent conclusions. In Kenya, poverty reduction is unlikely to ...
Unsupervised induction of Dholuo word classes using maximum entropy learning
This paper describes a proof-of-the-principle experiment in which maximum entropy learning is used for the automatic induction of word classes for the Western Nilotic language of Dholuo. The proposed approach extracts ...
An Assessment of Green ICT Implementation Benefits to Kenyan Organizations- a Possible Motivator for Adoption of Green ICT
(University of Nairobi, 2020)
There has been an increase in the use of computers and computing devices in Kenya and generally in the world due to the reduced cost of ICT equipment and improved technological advancements. This increased use of ICT, ...
Incorporating Mobile Forensics Into Nugget
Mobile devices are a significant component in our daily lives. Their ability to be ubiquitous gives digital forensic investigators the ability to gain a deeper insight into cases they are investigating. The use of mobile ...