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Donatus Anichukwueze

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Nigeria | CIOs outline pathways to digital transformation

Chief Information Officers (CIOs) of top Nigerian companies at the IDC West Africa CIO Summit 2017 have identified infrastructural decay and failure to change approach as major obstacles delaying Nigeria from achieving digital transformation. The IDC West Africa CIO Summit 2017 held May 18, 2017 at the Renaissance Hotel, GRA in Ikeja, Lagos offered a […]

Reviewed | Samsung Galaxy S8 with infinity display

After a turbulent period caused by the Galaxy Note 7, Korean mobile phone maker, Samsung has once again impressed with the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8 with an infinity display. This means the Samsung Galaxy S8 has an expanded screen size without necessarily being larger. Samsung Galaxy S8 Display/Design The Infinity display which is a […]

SOCIAL MEDIA | Nigerians ‘vote’ INEC top among public sector

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is best active government agency on social media in Nigeria, a study of public sector performance on social media by Instinct Wave Media has shown. Instinct Wave Media, an event and consulting firm, says the criteria used in reaching its conclusions are based on the amount of followers and likes […]

REVIEWED | How to make video calls on WhatsApp

After quite a long wait by its users across the globe, popular instant messaging app, WhatsApp finally rolled out video call functionality few months back, much t the excitement of its users. Though the video call function has been activated on WhatsApp since November 2016, I have personally observed that many users of the app, […]

MainOne CEO asks Nigerian businesses to ‘disrupt’

Funke Opeke, CEO of MainOne, has asked Nigerian businesses to embrace disruptive technology to weather the nation’s economic downturn. The MainOne CEO said this in Lagos when the tech company, for the first time in Nigeria, showcased Microsoft HoloLens, the world’s first self-contained holographic computer running Windows 10 at MainOne’s Nerds Unite 2017 event. Opeke also said the […]