BeginIT, a social educational project spearheaded by inDrive, has completed a one-day training programme for less privileged children in Nigeria with information technology skills.
Onpassive, an American Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Information Technology (IT) company are set to begin operations in Nigeria by November.
An engineering and infrastructure development company, PPC Limited has been honoured with an award as the Best Sales 2022 Partner
Although labour migration is a global phenomenon with professionals seeking greener pastures that also boost foreign remittances, the rate at which young Nigerians explore ways to get out of the country...
IT in the 21st century has a special place in the economy since modern technologies are required to organize a wide range of processes. It has also helped people keep their jobs during Covid-19, as it became possible to work remotely during the quarantine period.
The ranking by global anti corruption coalition, Transparency International (TI) of Nigeria as a country in which corruption phenomenon is worsening should not present a surprise to keen watchers
The 11th Allianz Survey, also known as the Allianz Risk Barometer 2022, says cyber, political risks and violence are key threats that could slow down businesses this year.
10 Oct 2021
The world of Information Technology (IT) is fast-growing and a vast one. While there are many hands trying to fish from the big pond of IT, there are those whose hooks are sharpened enough
7 Sep 2021
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has disclosed that the commission remitted a revenue of N1.5 billion into the Federal Government's account between June 2020 to June 2021.
7 Apr 2021
Nigerians abroad and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) have been urged to assist Nigeria with their information technology (IT) and digitisation expertise
27 Jan 2021
After it contracted by 4.9 per cent in 2020, IT spend across the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa (META), will make a welcome return to growth this year, increasing 2.8 per cent to $77.5 billion.
17 Nov 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari has saluted the Nigerian team to the 2020 Huawei Global ICT Competition for showing the resilience that saw them coming first out of over 150,000 contestants