Experts Urge FG to Rejig IT Curriculum
INFORMATION and Communications Technology (ICT) experts under the aegis of ICT Experts Round-Table 2015, have called on the federal government to immediately transform the country’s education system by ensuring that innovative IT Curriculum is deployed at all levels of education – with special focus on the training and retraining of teachers of IT at all levels.
Google Unveils 2015 Top Search List for Nigeria
CURIOSITY drives us all-to ask, to feel, to delve, to discover- and with the touch of a button or by swiping a mobile device, we satisfy that ever-present itch to know.
FG Insists on Payment of $3.9Bn fine by MTN
MR Adebayo Shittu, minister of Communications, said that the federal government would neither be cowed nor threatened by MTN’s court action against the N1.4trn (about $5.2 billion) fine which was later reduced to N780 billion ($3.9 billion), insisting that the telecommunications company risks another fine if it fails to pay on deadline.
Expert Taps Social Protection, Others to Drive Mobile Money Growth in 2016
EMMANUEL Okoegwale, principal associate, Mobilemoney Africa, has said that the Nigerian social protection programme that will reach over 20 million vulnerable beneficiaries receiving N5, 000 monthly.
Hackers Target So-Called “Easy’ African Countries
African countries are being actively targeted by cyber criminals, with eight countries in Africa are among the top 20 targeted globally out of 140 countries examined in October and November, according to data from Check Point.
‘TeamNaija’ Crowned African Champions at Global Cyberlympics
A Nigerian Team of cyber security professionals “TeamNaija” has been crowned African champions at the just concluded Global Cyberlympics held in Washington DC, USA. Global Cyberlympics is a hands on cyber security team game sport that brings together the best ethical hackers from around the world to compete in a series of Forensics, Penetration testing,…
NCC Threatens More Sanctions, Asks Operators to Sit Up
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), said it has discovered that dealing with the operators with kid gloves will breed impunity, capable of retarding development in the sector. The commission said that operators should take the MTN fine as a warning against flagrantly disrespecting laid down rules and laws governing their operations in the country. MTN Nigeria…
Wanted! Education in a Knowledge Era
THE falling standard in education in Nigeria could be linked to lack of vision on the part of education system managers to see big changes in knowledge – in how people see knowledge and how they use it.
Shittu, Comm. Minister Pledges to Partner NCS on IT Matters
ADEBAYO Shittu, minister of Communications, has avowed the present administration’s resolve to partner with the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) on information technology (IT) related matters.