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IP sites spike research market in Nigeria, NOTAP says

The National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) says the establishment of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Offices (IPTTOs) in Nigeria is driving market research demands in the country. The IPTTOs sited by NOTAP in several tertiary and other institutions has triggered market and demand-driven research, Dr. DanAzumi Ibrahim, Director General of NOTAP says. […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says

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, […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says

#NGTF2015: Made-in-Nigeria SIM cards to lift ICT sector in 2015, Bindir says

[su_heading size=”14″ align=”left”]Made-in-Nigeria SIM cards will develop the local ICT sector in 2015 and beyond says Dr Umar Bindir, Director-General, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) of Nigeria, in this article for the Nigeria Technology Forecast 2015 (#NGTF2015) the technology thought leadership annual by Technology Times, offers insights into Top 10 Key Trends that will shape and […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says

Engineers rue low technology development in Nigeria

By Olubunmi Adeniyi June 22, 2012: The Nigerian Academy of Engineering has emphasized the need for the Federal Government to explore the benefits of Science and Technology to fast track the realisation of the vision 2020:20 economic agenda. Speaking yesterday at the Investiture ceremony of the 7th President of the Academy at the Main Auditorium, […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says