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NCC Assures Northern States of Broadband Services

NCC Consumer Outreach Programme - Kaduna

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) stressed the commission’s commitment  to ensuring the delivery of accessible high speed broadband across the northern states of Nigeria. The Director, Consumer Affairs Bureau of NCC, Mrs Maryam Bayi made these clarification during the 71st edition of Nigerian Communications Commission’s (NCC) Consumer Outreach Programme (COP) held on Thursday, 5th March, 2015 in Kaduna. The programme ... Read More »

Social Media Week Lagos 2015: Time for North to Connect (I)

Social Media Week Lagos 2015

The annual Social Media Week conference is here again, fully loaded as usual with handful of events for people with a passion for emerging technologies, mobile and social media, to strive to understand and share thoughts, strategies, success and failures. As a platform for worldwide conferences that curates and shares the best ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and ... Read More »

Announcement: Bajinta Technologies Ltd. Lunches Its Online News Service “Bajinta TechNews”

Bajinta TechNews

We are indeed greatly excited joining the league of online technology news websites in Nigeria publishing global technology news. But more excited being the first online publisher to publish technology news primarily for the Northern Nigerian readers. Bajinta Technologies Limited, an IT services and solutions provider in Kaduna, Nigeria today lunches its online technology news service “Bajinta TechNews” website ... Read More »

How to keep a coding camp

If you really want to learn how to code, there are more than a few ways to do it. An increasingly popular option is coding camps- short term, intensive programs that teach specific coding skills. One coding camp success story belongs to Smita Busar, who attended CodeFellows in Seattle, Washington and was able to find a job. “The most important thing is ... Read More »

Why experts are nervous about the internet of things

The Internet of Things is upon us. A panel of security experts offers their insight into what they feel is right, and what they consider wrong with the newest technology. Security experts liken the Internet of Things (IOT) to a rudderless ship, and the ensuing lack of direction makes them nervous. Three SMEs shared suggestions on how to avoid issues ... Read More »

The state of women in technology: 15 data points you should know

By 2020, there will be 1.4 million computer science jobs available in the US according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and we need to play catch-up to fill them all. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 68% of women enroll in college (compared to 63% of men), and women increasingly outnumber men in college graduation rates. Yet women still make up ... Read More »