IT in Cuba

Telecommunication Infrastructure

Liberalization and Deregulation

Internet Diffusion

Electronic Commerce

Hardware Manufacturing

Software Manufacturing

Who Uses IT?

IT Labor Market

IT Geographics

IT Financing

Government Policies

Legal Environment

Transborder Data Flows

Analysis: IT Strengths and Weaknesses

Analysis: Impacts on the Business

Sources and Links

About the Authors

Information Technology in Cuba

About the Authors


Dana Bomkamp is an MBA student at American University, concentrating in Finance. She maintains a keen interest in Information Technology and has taken numerous courses, including Telecommunications and Knowledge Management. She is currently employed in the banking industry and is eagerly looking forward to her graduation in December 2000.

Maria Soler is an MBA student at American University, concentrating in Management of Global Information Technology and Marketing IT. She is currently employed with the federal government and plans on graduating in December 2001. Her parents immigrated to the U.S. from Cuba before she was born.


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