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LEADING technology Services Company, Computer Warehouse Group plc (CWG) has organized the maiden free online technology workshop for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) owners in Lagos.
The workshop with the Theme “Learn How to Set-up, operate and advertise your own store online” aimed at equipping business owners with the skills they require to take their business to the online community by operating an online store and selling to people other than those in their immediate physical community.

THE enforcement authorities of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has clamped down on four illegal telecoms firm including Steam Communications, Netcom, SwiftTalk and Multi-dimesnion Technologies.
NCC said they were clamped down for using unlicensed 5.4 GHz frequency band.  Before now, the telecom regulator had warned internet service providers and other companies illegally occupying the spectrum to discontinue use of such or face the consequences.

FOUNDER of Pan-African Association of Online Technology Publishers (PATECH), Mr. Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata has given more insights on why he formed the association; saying it is intended  to guide online publishers in areas enterprise development, copyright provisions and other global emerging trend in the sector.

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There are strong indications that operators of Global system for Mobil telecommunications (GSM) are gearing up for a battle with the industry’s regular, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).
At the heart of the matter is the directive by NCC that GSM operators compensate subscribers who suffered lost on the account of poor Quality of Services (QoS) been provided by the operators.

Police in Kenya are consulting technical experts to determine if 77 Chinese nationals arrested with advanced communications equipment in several houses in an upscale Nairobi neighborhood were committing espionage.
The Chinese were arrested since the weekend with equipment that Kenya’s Daily Nation newspaper said was capable of hacking into government servers.

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Priority Communications Limited has given indication that it will invest on Datacentre platforms from next year.
The company said that it has set standards in building of resilient towers, VSAT, Local Area Networking (LAN), Fiber, PTP/PTMP radio Links that stands the test of time.
Speaking at a dinner and award night to celebrate clients and staff, chief executive officer of the Company, Olumide Samuel said they also intend spending much on infrastructural upgrade to serve its growing clientele better.

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