Advances in technology affect almost all the sectors of the modern society. The reality is that there is no sector of the economy that hasn’t been affected by the advances in technology. However, of all the fields, the healthcare sector seems to be the one that has been affected the most by IT changes. It is estimated that by 2050, technology will be handing over 80 percent of what
They’re growing up with smart devices and high speed access in a world that we couldn’t have even imagined years ago. Educating them on the dangers of the internet and teaching them why security is so important needs to begin before they even connect. As a parent or guardian, this responsibility falls on you! Here are 10 quick things to help you raise a security aware kids and keep them safe online.
Cyber-crime rates are at an all-time high in Nigeria and world over. Our threat landscape continues to expand. One of the reasons is probably the same as that for the high incidence of traffic accidents on our roads i.e. the widespread belief that- ‘it can’t happen to me’. There is no doubt that awareness levels are extremely low concerning cybercrime but not so much amongst those who are more at
Global electronic payment company, Visa recently organized and hosted technology correspondents and bloggers in Lagos. The event was held to help educate and engage tech bloggers on Visa’s role in promoting secure electronic payments. The forum featured an informative two hour session with Visa Country Manager Ade Ashaye as he provided insight into the evolution, benefit and potential future of the Nigerian financial cards industry. Speaking at the event, Country
Researches have shown that 53% of mobile consumers around the world say they feel anxious when their mobile devices are not close at hand, a report by Nielsen, a global information and measurement company has revealed. According to the report on consumers behavioral pattern on mobile shopping, banking and payment, two-thirds (56%) can’t imagine life without mobile devices, and 70% say their mobile device makes their life better. The Nielsen report further
The Federal Government of Nigeria has declared Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills as critical needs for any national development to take place in Nigeria. Nigeria’s President Muhamadu Buhari has acknowledged the crucial role technology play in the development of the various sectors of the nation’s economy underscoring the urgent need to invest in technological innovations to drive sustainable economic growth is non-negotiable. According to the President “my administration will