5 Ways to Protect Your Devices from WannaCrypt Pandemic

With the world reeling from the WannaCrypt attack –  an ongoing cyber-attack of the WannaCry ransomware computer worm targeting the Microsoft Windows operating system –

Signal Alliance Issues WannaCry Ransomware Advisory

Signal Alliance, a Microsoft enterprise partner in Nigeria has issued a WannaCry ransomware advisory to its clients and key users of Windows applications across the

8 Signs You Are Too Dependent on Tech to Manage Your Business

There was a massive ransomware (which is not over yet) attack that affected over 99 countries and more than 200,000 computers last week. So many services and businesses

Sage Gives 5 Tips SME Should Consider When Setting Up CSI programme

For many business builders, corporate social investment or philanthropy is an imperative, writes Joanne van der Walt, Sage Foundation Programme Manager for Africa. There

Ransomware: Microsoft Gives Details of Attack, Decries Govts’ Inaction

Microsoft has stressed the need for urgent collective action to keep people safe online, following the world's biggest cyberattack at the weekend, sending countries into

Alhaji Lai Mohammed, minister of Information and Culture

Minister Seeks Digitalization of Indigenous Languages

Alhaji Lai Mohammed, minister of Information and Culture, has advocated the digitization of indigenous languages in order to avoid them going into extinction. Speaking

Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, minister of Science and Technology

S & T Ministry to Improve Food Processing through Technology

Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (FMST) has pledged to intensify effort in employing Research and Development in processing indigenous crops into nutritious

 (L-r): Prof. Jacob Adewale, provost of Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology; Alemayehu Konde Koira, senior program manager, Youth Livelihood, The Mastercard Foundation; Julie Howard, senior adviser to the Associate Provost and Dean of International Studies and Programs, Michigan State University and Soji Adelaja, John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor in Land Policy at the Dept of Agric, Food and Resource Economics, MSU, during a press conference to announce the program at an event held in Lagos

10,000 Nigerians to Benefit from MSU, MasterCard Foundation ‘Agri Youth Lab’

Nigeria is likely to have the lion’s share in a five-year, $13 million collaboration between Michigan State University and the MasterCard Foundation launched on Monday

NCS Tasks LASG on Identity Management

Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) has called for effective use of Lagos State Residents Registration Agency (LASRRA) as credible tool to achieve the state’s mega city

Operators Hasten Migration to X-Cloud Infrastructure

Capital market solutions providers have set May ending as target to migrate to Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) own X-Cloud infrastructure, a hosting platform aimed at