Lagos partners MainOne to offer free Wi-Fi
The Lagos State Government has launched a free public Wi-Fi project at parks and gardens in Lagos in partnership with MainOne.
NITDA releases helpline, alerts MDAs over ‘WannaCry’ attacks
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has raised alarm over a rampaging ransomeware attack; also releasing a helpline to assist those under the siege.
Rack centre gets uptime institute ‘TCCF’ Certification
Rack Centre, the Sub Sahara Africa’s premium data centre and colocation services provider has attained the Tier III Tier Certification of Constructed Facility...
‘Competition is good for business growth’
For any business, competition is good. The moment you take competition away, you relax. When you have competition, it will compel you to do more than what you plan to do.
Sunnet systems emerges customer focused technology delivery company
According to Paul Olagunju, MD/CEO, Sunnet, who said ‘We truly deserve the award because we have always been different from our competitors. Receiving this award requires lots of dedication and efforts towards being the best in our service delivery....
Boch partners Arcon to deploy PIMS in Africa
Boch Systems Limited, a leading information availability Company has partnered with Arcon, another leading technology company to launch ‘Arcos’ meant to keep vigilant eye on critical infrastructure and information assets through Privileged Identity Management Solutions....
Operators hasten migration to X-Cloud infrastructure
Capital market solutions providers have set May ending as target to migrate to Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) own X-Cloud infrastructure, a hosting platform aimed at improving processes at the exchange, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
IHS launches Vendor Upskill pilot programme in Nigeria
The programme seeks to help local businesses improve service levels, as well as operations and deployment capabilities, to ensure that they all abide by international best practices.
Paga, NIPOST take financial services across Nigeria
The initial set of services to be offered are deposits and withdrawals from bank accounts and mobile money wallets, utility bill payments, and airtime recharge for all telecom networks.