1. Do not use your date of birth as password: Seriously? Those who are tech oriented will understand your password is a unique value, same as your date of birth. You should hence never use the same value for both. Moreover, this makes it very easy for end-time hackers to get access to your accounts. … Continue reading 9 safe internet banking habits you must obeserve!
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The Nigerian Postal Service has gone digital, meaning you can get your location's postcode online. This obviously means internet delivery is very feasible in Nigeria's postal atmosphere. It doesn't end with that, NIPOST is currently recruiting for AVS (Address Verification System) field agents, if you are interested, kindly follow the link as shared on their … Continue reading Nigeria’s NIPOST resuscitated, goes digital!
Nigeria's Minister of communications earlier today inaugurated NAS committee. See pictures after the cut:
This is as shared by a senior lecturer of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso on his Facebook page. "The National Universities Commission (NUC) has granted full accreditation to not fewer than twenty four out of the twenty nine academic programmes which its representatives came to re-examine at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology … Continue reading LAUTECH shines at accreditation exercise
Google’s WiFi delivery: a symbiotic relationship A symbiotic relationship is that in which both parties of the association contributes and benefits; this is in the case of the tech giant and Nigerians. What google has to offer/what we gain 1. The latest tech gist in town is having to hang around in the public, connect … Continue reading Google’s WiFi delivery: a symbiotic relationship