There is need for collaboration with government to protect intellectual property says, Adeniji-Adele
I disagree with you that Nigeria is not technologically advanced. Do we evangelise enough? No we do not. Do we have the capability? Yes we do. Do we have enough youths that can actually do what others do around the world? Yes. Do they have enough support? No we don’t.
Walmart, Microsoft team up to take on Amazon
Walmart said Tuesday it was entering into a strategic partnership with Microsoft on "digital transformation" for the onetime retail industry leader.
Nigerian students to vie for honours at Microsoft Office competition
Four students from Aduvie International School, Abuja are among the seven students to represent Nigeria at the 2018 Certiport Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) championship, in Orlando Florida, United States between July 29 and August 1. Head of the school, Abiodun Olusoji disclosed this while listing the school’s achievement during its 10th year anniversary and thanksgiving ceremony. He…
Windows 7 support coming to an end
Microsoft will be ending its extended support for Windows 7 by January 2020. In less than two years, Microsoft will sever ties with the popular operating system, leaving organizations that are reliant on Windows 7 vulnerable to security threats.
Microsoft, Sidmach to advance digital transformation in schools
Software giant, Microsoft has concluded plans to gather key players in the education sector to address digital transformation, introduce tools that aid effective management and drive growth in quality of education in Lagos. The event, which will hold on June 29, in Lagos, targets proprietors, principals, head teachers, information technology directors and other high-level school…
AfDB, microsoft, others target nine million youths in coding for employment programme
The African Development Bank, together with partners – The Rockefeller Foundation, Microsoft and Facebook – launched the Coding for Employment Program at the African Innovation Summit in Kigali, Rwanda. By training youth in demand-driven Information and Communications Technology (ICT) curriculum and matching graduates directly with ICT employers, this new Program prepares Africa’s youth for tomorrow’s…
AfDB claims $1.64 billion investments in innovations, STEM
An initiative that is expected to put youths in Nigeria and other parts of Africa on a new pedestal of development, especially through job creations has been sealed by the African...
Microsoft, First Bank partner to empower small businesses
Microsoft and First Bank of Nigeria Limited are collaborating to empower and create an enabling environment for small businesses, as a way of furthering technology adoption, skills and capacity development amongst Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.
Edo partners microsoft, siemens, others to launch innovation hub
In an effort to equip youths with skills and expertise to drive inclusive growth and development, the Edo state government, through its skills development arm, Edojobs, is set for the launch of the first ever state-backed innovation hub to activate and drive the state’s fledgling technology ecosystem.
Appraising Lagos wealth creation strides
Although living in Lagos State is challenging for a lot of people because of the comparative high cost of housing, transportation and other living expenses, it remains where every Nigerian...
Tek Experts partners Microsoft to improve human capital development
To boost human capital development, and enhance customer experience, to grow the local market, Tek Experts has commenced operation as a Customer Service and Support (CSS) centre in Lagos, in partnership with Microsoft. Tek Experts, a renowned global technology company, through its operations, hopes to train tech-savvy Nigerian youths to leverage their skills to…