‘How virtual polling units may mar 2019 elections’
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was warned yesterday that the credibility of its elections in 2019 may be threatened by electronic manipulation.
Stakeholders worry as MDAs import software
Nigerian Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector has continued to grow beyond bookmakers’ predictions. However, despite the high number of ICT professionals in Nigeria, adequate attention has not been given to the issue of developing and building....
Are we losing the hidden paradise in our youth?
There is an urgent need to engage on a national project on the recovery of the troubled mindset of millions of Nigerian Youth who are predominantly hooked on the Internet as a gateway to wealth through fraudulent means. “The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell…
Retooling the art of learning for emerging information society
The world is already witnessing the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution; hence the need for Nigerian universities to unlearn and relearn their practices and prepare students...
‘Slow IPv6 migration will affect Nigeria’s Internet access’
The lukewarm attitude of Nigeria towards migration from Internet Protocol version Four (IPv4) to Internet Protocol version Six (IPv6)...
‘ICT is key to national development’
Africa Chair for IEEE World Internet of Things (WIoT), Chris Uwaje has identified Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as key to national development.
GCU Old Boys’ Annual dinner holds Today
Chris Uwaje, one of Nigeria’s ICT gurus, would deliver the keynote address on the “Critical Role of Information and Communication Technology and Innovation in Education- Imperative for Schools.”
‘We need mandatory universal coverage of literacy in local languages, content’
By Nigerian population and in comparison with other African countries, our digital literacy is still very low in terms of coverage, local-languages and content.
‘IPv6 migration can boost Nigeria’s competitiveness’
With Internet Protocol version Four (IPV4) running out and possible Internet blockade looming, especially in Nigeria due to low preparation and awareness, individuals and business organiations...