E-Business

Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo

eLearning Key to Higher Education Success – Osinbajo

Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has said e-learning can be use in resolving the challenges in the higher education sector. Speaking at a stakeholder forum in Lagos,

Google Urges FG to Simplify Taxes

Federal government should simplify taxes and reduce fees involved in laying fibre optic cables to encourage development of infrastructure for the technology industry,

Odibo Launches Nigeria’s Largest Online Guide to Restaurants, Bars

Nigeria has joined the league of countries where online search for best places to wine and dine have been made easy with the launch of Tomachy, a restaurant search and

Africa has 3 Years to Meet Internet Access Deadline - Kagame

Public-private partnerships and bridging the digital divide will help Africa meet the Broadband Commission target of providing at least 50% of its population with

Opera Brings Messaging Apps to Browser

Messaging apps Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Telegram will now be available to use seamlessly in the Opera desktop Web browser. The new features come as part of the

Wole Ogundare

Yudala Appoints Ogundare CEO

Yudala, Nigeria’s fastest growing composite e-commerce outfit, has announced the strategic appointment of Mr. Wole Ogundare as Chief Executive Officer. The appointment

Microsoft Puts Windows 10 Powered Devices at 500m

Microsoft said more than half a billion devices are powered by its latest software, called Windows 10, to power their PCs, tablets and phones. "The opportunity for us as

Coming to Grips with the Enterprise Cloud

At present, conversations in IT organisations are centred on the topic of “enterprise cloud”. In the simplest terms, enterprise cloud is cloud infrastructure designed to

5 Ways to Make Money on Twitter

There are plenty ways to make money online and Twitter is one of them. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 creative ways to make money on twitter.

Mobile Biometric Payments to Triple in 2017- Report

The number of mobile payments authenticated by biometrics will rise to nearly two billion this year, up from just over 600 million in 2016. This is according to a new

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