A PROFESSOR of Computer Security and Dean, Caleb Business School, Caleb University, Imota, Lagos State, Professor Babatope Longe, has described cyber criminality and cyber victimization as crimes tied to the exploration of human frailties such as greed, gullibility and the
By Dayo Adesulu, Tare Youdeowei, Elizabeth Uwandu and Kelechukwu Iruoma
Over dependence on the internet: Speaking on the over dependence of students on the internet, a lecturer at the Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo, FUNAI , Ebonyi State , Prof. Ameh
By Prince Osuagwu and Anozie Egole
There are indications that Nigeria may, very soon, have first Information and Communications Technology, ICT University in the country, to underscore the rapid growth and pervasive diversified business culture technology has engendered in the nation.
Invitation for a technology week which would run from April 20th to April 24th 2015.
Students, Schools and individuals are invited to come for an open technology orientation with hands on practical in the following trades: Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and Industrial
The National Librarian, Mallam Habib Jato has revealed that the Federal Government has increased the number of e-libraries in the country with the establishment of 17 more e-libraries bringing the total number to 27.
He made this known during the 50th
With Nigerian children under 15 years of age accounting for about 45 per cent of the country’s population,according to report, the burden on e-learning is becoming overwhelming, particularly with technology gaining continuous influence in every area of human activity.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali, has canvassed the conversion of the football viewing centres across the country to computer skill acquisition centres.
Prof. Ambali, who made this suggestion last Wednesday (June 11, 2014), when he received
Kids in Nigeria, particularly those who crave to be smart can now challenge the dreaded mathematics subject, all on their mobile phones. This is as global phone manufacturer, Nokia has introduced a learning application tagged SmartKid Maths app, for children
No fewer than 100 Niger Delta Youths in Calabar on Thursday graduated from the Youth Empowerment Centre.
The youth were trained on how to assemble phones, I-Pads and other information technology gadgets.
The Supervising Minister for Niger Delta, Mr Darius Ishaku, while
For a planned repositioning of a tertiary institution or any other organisations to be successful, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a necessity. Besides, nothing must be taken for granted. Though workers are often rigid to change, yet the individual