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On Sat, Apr 11, 2020 at 6:04 PM Grace Githaiga via kictanet <
> For those who may have missed, the Communications Authority recently
> released the Quarter 2 Sector Statistics Report.
> Notably, CA revised its data collection template in a bid to meet data
> requirements by various stakeholders.
> The report notes that CA shared a manual on definitions and methodologies
> of collecting and reporting Telecommunication indicators with service
> providers and the public for purposes of common understanding of ICT
> indicators. The manual was developed in consultation with the International
> Telecommunications Union (ITU) and is available on here:
> The Quarter 2 Sector Statistics Report provides an overview of the
> performance and trends of the ICT sector for the period 1st October to 31st
> December 2019.
> It further notes an increase in cyber threats, and a decrease in .ke
> domain names from the previous quarter to stand at 91,940. However, it was
> recently reported on this list that the domain names have now hit the 100,
> 000 mark. Meaning that the situation has improved in the last three months.
> And amazing– people are still sending out letters which rose to 10.5
> million letters compared to 9.6 million letters sent between July and
> September 2019. This was attributed to the sending of success cards to
> candidates undertaking national exams, and I suspect christmas cards.
> The full report:
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