Anger as NIMC strike stalls NIN registration
Hopes of meeting the February 9 NIN to SIM registration and verification deadline may have finally hit the rocks as workers of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), yesterday, stopped work across the country.
Lack of IPv6 upstream service providers frustrate uptake in Nigeria
The quest for more Tier-3 networks to migrate to Internet Protocol version 6, IPv6, is being frustrated by inability of some Tier-2 internet service providers also known as upstream service...
NSOFT seeks FG’s approval of national software strategic plan
National Software Think Tank (NSOFT) has urged the federal government to endorse and approve of the proposed 5-Year National Software Strategic Plan...
Banks risk exclusion from 4IR over low IPv6 adoption
As Nigeria is aiming to remain competitive in the emerging fourth industrial revolution, experts have identified slow adoption of internet protocol version six (IPv6) by mobile operators as a hindrance to achieving this objective.
‘How vendor policy stems influx of foreign software, capital flights’
The introduction of the Local Vendor Policy in Nigeria is now helping in mitigating the influx and dominance of foreign softwares in the country.
NCC offers N6million to tech innovators
The Nigerian Communications Commissions (NCC) has offered N6 million to the three technological innovators at the three-day maiden edition of the commission’s competition and exhibition.
NCS recognises Uwaje’s efforts on NITMA
The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), has finally recognised Chris Uwaje, as the originator and concept framework designer of the National Information Technology Merit Award (NITMA). The recognition is in line with NCS recent move to collaborate with all image makers that have set the pace for the growth of the computer association. Today, NITMA remains…
Concerns as fraudsters unleash terror on banks, Nigerians
Cyber thieves, a band of premeditated and dangerous criminals are unleashing reign of terror of unimaginable proportions on the country, underscoring the need for decisive measures to stem the tide.