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Call for Papers: Innovations in HIV Prevention in Africa

Health Economic and HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD) is a self-funded, applied research unit based at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban. HEARD conducts a range of research-from pure to applied- seeking to support all those intent on designing interventions to reduce the HIV pandemic in all sectors  in  the  SADC and East Africa region. Its research agenda is driven by current issues and is aimed at producing knowledge and evidence critical to informed policies and actions.

Innovations in HIV Prevention in Africa

Microsoft Broadens Global Software Donation Program to Reach More Nonprofits and Communities

Updated program expands eligibility and access to technology.

REDMOND, Wash., Microsoft Corp. today announced updates to its software donation program that make it easier for nonprofit organizations to get access to affordable technology. The program, which has already provided more than $3.9 billion worth of software to nonprofits around the world since 1998, is being expanded to enable more nonprofit organizations to request software donations when they need them at any point in the year.

Microsoft "ICTs for NGOs" Day - East London

Microsoft and SANGONeT will be hosting a one-day "ICTs for NGOs" event on Thursday, 12 May 2011 (09h00-13h00), at the Premier Hotel Regent in East London.

Participants will have the opportunity to highlight and discuss the ICT challenges and opportunities facing NGOs, and learn about new ICT applications and solutions available from Micorosoft.

As part of the programme, SANGONeT will highlight new technology offerings available to NGOs through SANGOTeCH.

Microsoft "ICTs for NGOs" Day - Durban

Microsoft and SANGONeT will be hosting a one-day "ICTs for NGOs" event on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 (09h00-13h00), at the Diakonia Centre in Durban.

Participants will have the opportunity to highlight and discuss the ICT challenges and opportunities facing NGOs, and learn about new ICT applications and solutions available from Micorosoft.

As part of the programme, SANGONeT will highlight new technology offerings available to NGOs through SANGOTeCH.

Refer to the programme for the event listed below.

Serenic Navigator: Empowering Financial Management in the NGO Sector

Empower your NGO mission with Serenic Software's financial management solution.

Join SANGONeT, AdvanceNet and Serenic on 5 May 2011 to find out why Serenic Navigator, certified for Dynamics NAV 2009, is the leading financial management solution for NGOs and non-profits.

You and your colleagues are invited to attend this free seminar with breakfast included.

This seminar and product demonstration will cover:

US$50m Lost to Software Piracy in 2009 – Report

Software piracy cost technology companies more than US$50 billion around the world last year, with Asia accounting for the largest share of losses, according to an industry report.

Global losses due to software piracy reached US$51.4-billion in 2009, with $16,5-billion of this in the Asia-Pacific region.

The report found that despite some successes in the fight to protect intellectual property rights, 43 percent of software used in computers worldwide in 2009 was pirated, compared with 41 percent the year before.

Microsoft’s Emergency Patch for Explorer

Microsoft will release an emergency patch for a weakness hackers are exploiting in earlier versions of its Internet Explorer (IE) web browser software.

The company, which urges customers to install the update as soon as it is available, points out that, "We have been monitoring this issue and have determined an out-of-band release is needed to protect customers."

The warning came less than two months after Microsoft released a patch for an IE 6 software hole through which China-based cyber spies attacked Google and other firms.

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