Sun. Sep 25th, 2022

Technology

Technology

Data from the International Trade Centre has shown that $1.09bn was spent on software acquisition and importation of computer services into Nigeria in five years according to Software and computer services worth $123.89m were imported in 2016, it increased to $216.57m in 2017, $257.55m in 2018, declined to $159.28m in 2019; and surged to $336.43m


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Experts have said females are under-represented in the global tech space because of a myriad of reasons. They have also suggest ways on how to increase female representation in the ecosystem. According to them, this is not an issue of an imbalanced global society but also a workforce problem, given the critical shortage of skilled


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Telecommunication and Information services contributed N4.84tn to the nation’s real Gross Domestic Product in the first two quarters of 2022 according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics. This is despite the numerous challenges that plagued the industry in the first six months of 2022. The figureis 10.76 per cent increase from N4.37tn the


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The Nigerian Communication Commission, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria, and Association of Licensed Telecom Operators of Nigeria, in partnership with DigiServe Network Services are set for this year’s Nigeria e-government summit. The summit which would be held in September would be headlined by speakers such as the Vice President of


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The Institute of Information Management Africa and Records and Information Management Awareness Foundation has commenced the 2022 free National Awareness Campaign. The campaign, tagged ‘National Digital Transformation and Data Protection Awareness Campaign’, is in a bid to sensitise organisations on the importance of digital revolution and data preservation. According to a statement, the campaign started


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MasterCard says it has welcomed a raft of new global partners to its innovative MasterCard Installments programme and is expanding it further to support small businesses. According to the company, this illustrates the demand for powerful buy now, pay later (BNPL) experiences from familiar and trusted brands. MasterCard said several new partners were providing support


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