The trend of BYOD (bring your own device) is not going away. This is according to Arbor Network's territory manager for sub-Saharan Africa, Bryan Hamman, who says the rise of BYOD has been attributed to many factors, including the introduction of next-generation office workers who don't necessarily do their best work during traditional office hours, in traditional workspaces or even using traditional devices.
1 day ago
Google has announced the 12 startups that will participate in the first Google Launchpad Accelerator Africa class at an event held in Lagos, Nigeria.
Tom Jackson 1 day ago
Entrepreneurs, investors, students and public sector officials are meeting in Lagos and Abuja next week for Nigeria's first public policy hackathon to brainstorm ways in which the regulatory environment for innovation and entrepreneurship can be improved across Nigeria.
Tom Jackson 2 days ago
The Economist magazine recently published it's 2018 edition copy marking the beginning of the year and three decades of success. It is important for us to refer to the cover of this widely read magazine because all manner of symbols full of symbolism was used and of course their interpretation varies depending on an individual context.
Kevin Odhiambo Opiyo 2 days ago
To improve cities, governments are increasingly promoting the use of technology and data-driven decision-making. They decide how technologies and big data are being used or deployed in creating smart cities, with the help of academics who collect and interpret data, design new city ideas and newer technologies for cities.
Anthony Burke and Prasuna Reddy 2 days ago
Saturday, 10 March 2018 saw the Andela Women in Technology Summit 2018 take place at Epic Tower in Lagos. The conference was hosted under the theme 'Investing in Tomorrow's Leaders'.
2 days ago
Ride-hailing company, Taxify, has launched its boda boda (motorbike) hailing service in Nairobi, Kenya. Bodas can be ordered using the normal Taxify app.
2 days ago
The Seda NMB ICT Incubator has been relaunched as the Nelson Mandela Bay I-Hub in Kwantu Towers in Govan Mbeki, Port Elizabeth.
16 Mar 2018
Over the next five years digital technologies will dramatically disrupt how consumers will engage with retail brands well into the future.
Simon Holt 16 Mar 2018
When I was a child, the prospect of going to a theme park was a wild and exhilarating experience, however now it doesn't quite stir up the same feelings! Similarly, the ownership of cryptocurrency isn't the rollercoaster ride it used to be even though it is still perilous.
Claude Schuck 16 Mar 2018