Adopting ‘progressive’ spectrum pathway for increased connectivity
Spectrum is beyond the lifeblood of the telecommunications industry, it is the lifeblood of the economy. The more spectrum is licensed, that's how things will be deployed and how mobility will be enabled.
MultiChoice warns of dangers of ending exclusive rights
MultiChoice, owners of DStv and GOtv, has warned of damage that can result from the federal government’s decision to end exclusive rights to broadcast major sporting events in the country, according to Gadget.
Biggest, worst personal data leaks of 2019
Last year, hackers didn’t just hack — they also collected billion-account databases from breaches and leaks that had occurred years ago, only to sell them for profit.
Angst as OTTs bite N370bn off Telcos revenue
Over-the-top (OTT) services are now comfortably eating lunch of the telecommunications industry by de-layering that space and at last count have bitten off about N370 billion...
Danbatta, NCC boss harps on professionalism for quality service delivery
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is paying special attention to professionalism because of its strategic role in quality service delivery, according to Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman of the commission.
Stakeholders seek stronger data sovereignty initiatives for Nigeria
Nigeria joined the global community this week to mark international data privacy day. January 28 is dedicated as international data privacy day; this year’s theme is “Own Your Privacy.”
Sub-Saharan Africa has most expensive broadband prices - Report
Tigerianhe 2020 Global Broadband Pricing Report by Cable.co.uk reveals vast disparities between rich and poor nations.
NCC, CIPPON partner to check copyright piracy in printing industry
Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) and the Chartered Institute of Professional Printers of Nigeria (CIPPON) have renewed their commitment to fine-tuning the regulatory regime...