How cost, poor services mar virtual schools, courts, others
With restrictions to movement persisting on account of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual operations in the country may be jeopardised by cost-related challenges, infrastructure deficit and inadequate skills.
How virtual meetings expose governments, others to attacks, fraud
Concerns over national security are growing as federal and state governments turn to virtual space for meetings. The worries stem from the porous state of the Nigerian space...
Licensing of web TV, radio caught in cross fire
The recent move by the federal government to license online radio and television stations has sent emotions flying left and right. While some welcomed the development; others expressed cautious optimism, but critics said the move is inherently wrong, and can never be justified.
Whatsapp, other OTTs slash 81% of operators’ revenue in 13 years
Operations of the Over the top (OTT) players, including WhatsApp, WeChat, Viper, Skype, Google, have slashed about $17.8 (81%) from the Average Revenue per User (ARPU) of the Mobile Network Operators...
Telecoms operators lament falling revenue over OTT platforms
Telecommunications operators have lamented diminishing revenue caused by the operations of Over-the-Top Platforms (OTT).
Sidmach eager to sign up 20,000 schools
The need for accurate data to education and national planning cannot be overemphasized. In line with this, Sidmach Technologies joined forces with tech giant, Microsoft, to launch its cloud solutions...
Australia child sex charges for Justin Bieber impersonator
The 42-year-old used online platforms including Facebook and Skype to impersonate the chart-topping Canadian singer, with his alleged offending dating back to 2007.
WTL says VoLTE will improve voice traffic growth
Despite the increasing takeover of calling and Short Message Service by over-the-top players, or apps, such as WhatsApp and Skype eating deep into voice revenue of telecommunications companies in Nigeria...