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ISPON dinner to gather tech players in Lagos

The Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON) says it will gather top Nigerian ICT practitioners to chart the way forward on indigenous software industry, at its annual dinner billed to hold April 6 in Lagos. The dinner is a flagship event of ISPON that brings captains of the ICT industry, particularly the software sector, […]

Coronavirus ‘threatens African smartphone shipments’

Ikeja Computer Village: Connect Market CEO wants Nigeria’s tech market leaders to ‘think big’

Mr. Tunji Adeyinka, Chief Executive Officer Connect Marketing Services Limited has challenged business owners in Ikeja Computer Village, Nigeria’s largest technology market cluster to start thinking out of the box, if they hope to scale up in today’s competitive business landscape. According to the CEO of Connect Marketing, business leaders in Ikeja Computer Village, popularly […]

Nigeria tightens security over telecoms infrastructure amid Coronavirus spread

TECH+ 2015: Jumia CEO to African start-ups: Get your basics right, venture capital will find you

With the support of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) platform in Nigeria, thousands of Nigerian youth with brilliant ideas have taken the arduous road to establish hi-tech start-ups which they believe would accelerate the country’s emergence as a strong force in the digital economy with footprints around the continent and in the world. Needless […]

Nigeria tightens security over telecoms infrastructure amid Coronavirus spread

New CTO chief, Shola Taylor promises ‘improved access to ICTs’

Shola Taylor, the reputed Nigerian telecoms engineer, who has been appointed the secretary-general of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO), has promised that on his watch, the body will pursue improved access to ICTs by member countries. Nigeria is a key member of CTO, an international treaty organisation headquartered in London. Following the announcement of his […]

Nigeria tightens security over telecoms infrastructure amid Coronavirus spread