IT and Banking in Nigeria

In the last ten years, banks in developed economies have been investing more and more in information technology (IT) as a means of reducing costs as well as improving

Toure Says Co-location Can Drive Down Cost of Internet

Dr Hammadoun Toure, secretary general, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), has called on African leaders to embark on policies that encourage infrastructure

The Source Computer Wins Cisco's Extreme Makeover Contest

Cisco, worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicate and collaborate has announced that The Source Computer Limited, a Lagos based IT

Industry Support Grows for Insurance Technology Event

Nigerian Insurance players are gearing up for the forth coming InTechExpo® 2008, the very big thing in the industry in particular and the financial services sector in

ICT Projects: FG Moves to Check Duplication of Expenditure

Federal government has announced that henceforth, all planned expenditure on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) projects across the public sector by

Senator Nwaogu for Microfinance Bank Technology

Senator Nkechi Nwaogu, Senate committee chairman on banking is expected to be part of the dignitaries that will grace the forth-coming Microfinance Bank Technology Forum

‘Bridging Digital Divide, Panacea to Rural Development’

The advantages of mobile technologies such as HSPA are set to drive broadband to a true global mass market and turn millions of users into billions. While there are

Siemens Targets High Growth Market

Peter Löscher, Siemens president and CEO has said that Siemens is intensifying its focus on – and targeting leading positions in – high-growth markets. "With our new

‘How e-business reduces cost of Retail Banking’

Segun Agbaje, deputy managing director, Guaranty Trust Bank, has emphasized the advantages of e-business as regards to retail banking in Nigeria. In a paper presented at

Nigeria to spend N30 billion on National identity database

Mr. Chris Onyemenam, director-general, National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), has disclosed that the country requires N30 billion to build up infrastructure for