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Smile, Samsung in Nigeria’s LTE voice service on smartphone pact

Smile Communications Nigeria Limited, a provider of broadband service in Nigeria has joined forces with Samsung Electronics West Africa to launch its first Long Term Evolution  (LTE) voice over broadband service on smartphones. According to the companies the new product promise to offer high quality and improved voice and video communications, enabling faster, better video calls, […]

Watch & Download: Data Protection- Public Presentation of NPDR Performance Report 2019-2020

Analysis: Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015: What are the issues?

TOYIN OGUNSEINDE, Nigeria technology industry analyst attended the Technology Times Outlook Review of Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, and recaps the salient issues across stakeholders at the technology thought leadership series.  hat exactly constitute a cybercrime? Who manages the “alternate taxation” running into millions of naira aggregated by the Cybercrime Security Fund established under the Nigeria […]

#EndSARS: Attempt to attack Ikeja Computer Village repelled, Iyaloja says

Udotai advocates ‘single law enforcement’ for cybercrimes in Nigeria

Mr Basil Udotai, Managing Partner of Technology Advisor has told attendees at Technology Times Outlook in Lagos that Nigeria should establish a single law enforcement agency to effectively combat cybercrime. Udotai, who delivered the thought leadership keynote presentation Friday at Technology Times Outlook Review of the Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, agrees that the new legislation […]

#EndSARS: Attempt to attack Ikeja Computer Village repelled, Iyaloja says

Smile, Ericsson close managed services deal

Smile Communications says it has selected Ericsson, a global leader in telecommunications, to manage operations and maintenance for its five African operations including Nigeria. According to Smile, its deal with Ericsson is the first 4G/ LTE managed services contract signed in Sub-Saharan Africa and will cover Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo. The […]

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