Courier Regulatory Department (CRD), the regulatory arm of Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST) has revoked the operating licenses of Kwara State Transport Corporation, Aero Contractors and 12 others for failing to meet regulatory standards.
CRD also raided the premises of six unregistered operators, accused of operating without licenses.
Dr. Simon Emeje, senior postmaster general of the federation and head of CRD, said that unregistered operators activities cannot be monitored and accused them of engaging in sharp practices, fraud and diversion of items.
Euromonitor, world’s leading provider for global business intelligence and strategic market analysis has said that next year will mark a technological milestone as the number of households possessing a mobile telephone will surpass 90% for the first time based on 86 countries which account for 87.3% of global households.
Layer3, one of Nigeria’s leading network solutions provider and systems integrator has sponsored a network and security training for the technical staff of the Nigerian Research and Education Network (NgREN).
The intensive one-week training which held at the NgREN facilities was facilitated by Spectrum, a renowned and award-winning ICT training provider with operations in the United Arab Emirates and India.
New report from Kaspersky Lab forecasts high-stakes targeted cyber attacks pinpointing banks as well as the development of malware that can take cash directly from ATMs according to a news release. The year 2015 is also likely to hold more privacy concerns, security worries about Apple devices, and renewed fears about connected devices, the release said.
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New report of leading European telecoms research group, GSMA has revealed mergers that can boost investment in next-generation infrastructure and deliver long-term consumer gains for both network operators and telecoms services consumers across the world.
BlackBerry Limited, a global leader in mobile communications and NantHealth, a cloud-based information technology provider combining science and big data to transform healthcare have announced the first secure clinical genome browser that gives doctors unprecedented access to patients’ genetic data on the BlackBerry® Passport smartphone – the NantOmics Cancer Genome Browser™.
UFOMBA UZUEGBU, Asst News Editor
Director General and Chief Executive Officer of the Industrial Fund (ITF), Dr Juliet Chukkas-Onaeko has restated the need to adequately equip the current workforce in Nigeria, if the country must experience faster growth and development.
She said knowledge based economy was required to keep abreast in areas of specialization, in order to remain relevant and competitive
A new wave of the reasons behind the wear and snell spead deployment of broadband internet across Nigeria has been adduced by Kazeem Olawale Oladepo, general counsel to an indigenous broadband group, MainOne Cable Company.
Answering question on why upon the landing of several submarine cables from abroad, not much has been recorded in penetration of services, he said “the best way to appraise this is to take a demand and supply side approach to understanding the constraint with internet penetration and pervasiveness”.
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LG Electronics has opened new brand store along the popular Trans Amadi Industrial Layout.
The new LG Brand Showroom is designed to serve as an all-purpose neighborhood electronics store. Distinctly designed, the showroom has shelves overflowing with home appliances of various sizes: microwave ovens and vacuum cleaners. Larger appliances like washers, freezers, cookers and refrigerators. There are selections of Hi-Fi systems, phones, laptops and computer peripherals. Also, there is a large section with different TVs- LG Ultra High Definition TVs, Smart TV, OLED TVs as well as LED TVs. The store draws a steady local clientele all year round.
Kropmann Communications,.Nigeria’s indigenous ICT Professional services provider has declared its readiness to deliver world class geospatial technology solutions to the Nigerian market specifically with the public utility sector in mind.
Chief executive officer of the company, Kim Fraser made this known in a media interactive session recently in Lagos while answering questions from journalists pertaining to the application of geospatial technology in Nigeria.
Fraser said that Kropmann took a special interest in the geospatial technology arena because they saw lots of benefits of the technology, especially as it relates to the enhancement of the public utilities in Nigeria.