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Chris Uwaje

5 Jan
To consolidate on the successes recorded in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector in 2021, bridge the gaps created by some policies and regulations, and increase its contribution to the economy, stakeholders...
27 Oct 2021
With the hybrid workplace becoming the new norm as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, attempts and spates of attacks on individuals and corporate bodies by hackers have been on the rise.
15 Sep 2021
Nigerian women, especially the young ones, have been urged to prioritise technology education, as the future relies on it.
8 Jan 2021
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.
19 Jun 2020
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...
20 Mar 2020
NO modern economy can exist without fundamental information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure because these are the tool for national and economic development.
6 Mar 2020
National Software Think Tank (NSOFT) has urged the federal government to endorse and approve of the proposed 5-Year National Software Strategic Plan...
6 Mar 2020
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.
8 Jan 2020
For a vibrant Information and Communications Technology (ICT)/telecoms sector in 2020, stakeholders want governments at all levels to back policies, and ideas, with actions at the speed of light.
2 Jan 2020
The introduction of the Local Vendor Policy in Nigeria is now helping in mitigating the influx and dominance of foreign softwares in the country.
25 Dec 2019
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.
29 Aug 2019
The slow adoption of Internet Protocol Version Six (IPv6) in Nigeria and other parts of Africa may impact negatively on the quality of service offered in the region.


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