Nigeria’s economy is exiting a painful recession, but policy implementation needs to move quickly and comprehensively to facilitate economic recovery and help the country reap its longer-term potential.
A recent report on the Nigerian Mobile Sector by Africa’s leading e-commerce company Jumia, has revealed an 11% increase in the number of Nigerians who visited the Jumia Website via their mobile phones, 79% in 2017 versus 71% in 2016.
Vodacom Business Nigeria has received yet more awards, adding ICT Infrastructure Provider of the Year (Data Centre) to its list of accolades.
In a swift move to connect with subscribers’ yearnings and the data needs of the ever-growing market, Globacom has arranged its diverse data offerings in a one-size-fits-all package for the convenience of its customers.
Globacom has consolidated the gains it made in 2015 as Nigeria’s preferred network for data services by ramping up a clear lead in the figures for new internet customers so far released for 2016.
An information technology firm, SoftCom Solutions Limited, has introduced a mobile learning app for students of the newly-established university, Mountain Top University.
The International Data Corporation, IDC, has predicted that 3.2 billion people, or 44% of the world’s population, will have access to the Internet in 2016. Out of this number, more than two billion will be using mobile devices to do so.
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.
In line with its vision to improve broadband penetration across Nigeria, MainOne has given a facelift to the ICT Laboratory of Herbert Macaulay Girls Secondary School, in Yaba, Lagos, with a donation of tech facilities and free internet.
NATCOM Consortium, the winner of the bid for the moribund Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL), has disclosed plans to launch 4G Long Term Evolution Technology (LTE) services next month, suggesting that the revamped NITEL may focus on data services from the outset.