A new ranking by the Intelligent Community Forum has positioned Nairobi as one of the Smart21 intelligent communities in the world for the year 2015.
Kenya‘s capital is the only African city to be shortlisted in the top 21 intelligent cities list.
The forum describes an intelligent community as “those which have – whether through crisis or foresight – come to understand the enormous challenges of the broadband economy, and have taken conscious steps to create an economy capable of prospering in it.”
Read more: Nairobi on global top 21 intelligent city list – ITWeb Africa.
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