Broadcast industry seeks one year moratorium to mitigate COVID-19 effects
The Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria (BON) has requested a one-year moratorium from the Federal Government to mitigate effects of the Coronavirus on the industry.
COVID-19 exposes frailty of Nigeria’s ICT policy on education
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has once again exposed the fragile state of Nigeria’s educational system. A messy system which lacks information and communications technology (ICT) ingredients
More firms defy pensions’ employee enrolment rules
Corporate organisations in the Information Technology (IT) and real estate sectors have joined a number of other sector operators to defy the rules of the Pension Reform Act (PRA) 2014, which mandated them to register their workers under the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS).
21st Century Technologies to solve Nigeria’s major challenges
Nigeria’s socioeconomic challenges includes: power and energy infrastructure, food security and agriculture, wealth creation and employment, mass transportation, land reforms, security, and education.
Lagos tasks public servants on IT compliance to remain relevant
The State Head of Service, Mrs. Olabowale Ademola, stated this at a press conference in Lagos as part of activities to mark this year’s Public Service Week tagged: “The Future is Now: Accelerating Public Service Innovation for Agenda 2030.”
Experts implore students to maximise IT knowledge
The speakers, in their remarks, affirmed that emergence of IT has brought significant improvement in the way things are done; adding that deep technological knowledge by individuals will accelerate national and individual growth.
Firm introduces ‘free’ airtime app for Android users
Kirusa, an Information Technology company that provides telecoms and social media solutions, has introduced ‘myGenie’, a free airtime app for prepaid Android users in Nigeria.
Sterling Bank concludes IT upgrade
Sterling Bank has concluded the upgrade of its information technology infrastructure, which it said was in line with its mandate to enrich the lives of its customers through efficient and prompt delivery banking services.
Nigeria loses N4. 5b to IT quacks, says regulatory body
Nigeria is losing millions of naira to information technology quacks, the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) told the Federal Government at the weekend.