Myanmar is one of the most closed off and least-connected countries in the world -- but with a newly opening government, this is rapidly changing.
Cisco announced today that it is setting up two technology training centers in the Southeast Asian country, according to USAID. The centers, dubbed Networking Academies, will be aimed at teaching residents tech skills.
This announcement comes after Cisco executives joined USAID, Google, HP, Intel, and Microsoft in a tech delegation visit to the country.
"We knew that in order for everyone in the country to benefit from a digital economy and for the government … Read more