Nigerian startup Bazar is aiming to help entrepreneurs grow and manage their retail business easily and from anywhere with its cloud-based management and point of sale (PoS) software.
As part of its efforts in deepening Cloud penetration in Nigeria, connectivity and data center solutions company, MainOne, has entered into a strategic partnership with hosting domain provider, Whogohost and Intel to provide Cloud hosted Servers for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.
Huawei has advised business owners in NIgeria to invest in cloud technology for business sustainability and continuity. The technology company also encouraged businesses to adopt hardware innovation, software re-architecture, and data intelligence, in order to boost future businesses.
Vodacom Business Nigeria has received yet more awards, adding ICT Infrastructure Provider of the Year (Data Centre) to its list of accolades.
Cisco has re-certified Vodafone Group Plc as a Cisco Cloud and Managed Services Master Partner worldwide.This comes after Vodafone reaffirmed its capabilities of delivering cloud and managed services using Cisco technology.
In light of the current economic challenges facing businesses in emerging markets, MainOne and Microsoft have called for the adoption of data center colocation and enterprise cloud solutions, stressing benefits that include cost savings and high availability.
Chioma Okoli-Chima is an engineer and CEO of Olivet Cloud Solutions, Nigeria, with over 10 years’ experience in Software Development, Cloud Computing and ERP Implementation. Her interview with Nigeria Business Communities:
In collaboration with Fate Foundation and Mara Mentor, Microsoft today launched the ‘CloudPreneur Project’ in Nigeria, which will provide participating start-up with entrepreneurship, Cloud and ICT training.