Mr. Jabhera Matogoro is currently working as Assistant Lecturer in College of Informatics and Virtual Education of the University of Dodoma, Tanzania, East Africa. Mr. Matogoro was born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on 03 March, 1981. He graduated Master of Science in Computer Science from University of Dodoma in November, 2011 and from University of Dar es Salaam with Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in 2008. After receiving his first degree from University of Dar es Salaam, Mr. Matogoro joined University of Dar es Salaam Computing Centre (UCC) in November, 2008 as Instructor CUM Technical Staff doing both teaching activities and offering technical support on CTC Database from various health facilities in Central Zone. CTC Databases is HIV Care and Treatment monitoring and evaluation software, developed by UCC under specifications from the National Aids Control Programme (NACP) of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, under funding initially from the Global Fund and continued under USA Government PEPFAR. In September, 2009 Mr. Matogoro joined the University of Dodoma as Computer Programmer/Systems Analyst I. During his tenure, he was responsible for examining current systems, talking to users for requirements gathering, producing specifications for new or modified systems, liaising with other IT staff to produce new systems, implementing new systems. His major achievements included establishment of Academic Registration Information System (ARIS) which holds all the information relating to students and their studies at the University of Dodoma and worked with a team of experts from International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation to conduct feasibility study and requirement gathering for establishment of Learning Management System for the University of Dodoma where Moodle Learning System was assessed and deployed. Matogoro Jabhera has been in his current position as Assistant Lecturer at College of Informatics and Virtual Education since December, 2012 after his re-categorization application was approved from Computer Programmer/Systems Analyst I to teaching staff majoring in academic, research and consultancy. As a teaching staff from Department of Computer Science, Mr. Matogoro has taught Introduction to Information Technology, Information Security Management, ICT Research Methods and Security and Faulty Tolerance in Distributed Systems for Undergraduate students and Computer Network Design for Postgraduate students majoring in Computer Science, Information Technology, Telecommunication Engineering and Information Technology. Mr. Matogoro has attended to various national and international technical training including ICANN 54 Meeting and Workshop, Dublin, Ireland; ISOC Chapter Leader and AfPIF Meeting, Maputo, Mozambique; Scalable Network Infrastructure, Djibouti; Computer Emergency Response Team, Lusaka, Zambia; Cyber Security, Dodoma, Tanzania; Network Monitoring and Management, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Windows Server 2012 Configuration and Administration, Dodoma, Tanzania; Systems and Network Security, Arusha, Tanzania; Windows 8 Apps Development, Dodoma, Tanzania; Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Dodoma, Tanzania; Research Proposal and Scientific Paper Writing Skills, Dodoma, Tanzania; Advanced African Free/Open Source Software Business Models conducted by The Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa (FOSSFA) in Dodoma, Tanzania and Certificate course in Network Security UTL Technology, Bangalore, India. He is an active member and contributor to various technical bodies and mailing lists including Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Internet Society (ISOC), Microsoft Innovation Center, African Network Information Center (AFRINIC) and OpenWRT. Apart from a very strong technical profile and over 8 years experience in ICT Industry, Mr. Matogoro is holding various senior and administrative positions such as Coordinator for Microsoft Innovation Center, Tanzania; Manager of Dodoma Internet Exchange Point and Secretary of Internet Society Tanzania Chapter. Mr. Matogoro is married to Pendo Mseti and blessed with four children. He is also doing his PhD in Telecommunications System in the University of Dodoma. His area of research is an investigation of the use of TV White Space for wireless broadband in rural Tanzania. Mr. Matogoro has attended a six months fellowship to Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) in Mumbai, India from January to June, 2016 whereby he contributed in addressing the most challenging problem of not only in Indian scenario but also of global scenario of providing affordable rural broadband connectivity to the billion plus population of India using TV White Space technology.