Tag: software

Hire the Top 3% Software Developers in Nigeria

You can now hire the top 3% software developers in Nigeria at slatecode.com SlateCode is a startup organization whose vision is to help top companies and start-ups hire the top 3% software developers for their most mission-critical projects. SlateCode is a market place for top developers, engineers, programmers, coders, architects and consultants. As you know Read More

The benefits of cloud accounting software

September 15, 2017 • Cloud Computing, Finance The benefits of cloud accounting software. If you’re running an ambitious accounting business, then our advice is straightforward: move your business to the cloud. Xero research reveals that cloud-based accounting firms have five times… Read full story here Read More

Top 10 Free Alternatives to Expensive Software

Top 10 Free Alternatives to Expensive Software

Unless you have a company buying licenses for you, tools like Photoshop, Pro Tools, Maya, or even Windows can be a serious bite out of your wallet. Here are some more affordable options to those normally pricey apps that’ll help you stop fretting and get more done. Continue Reading Read More

Digital slavery: Again, ISPON condemns over dependency on consumption of foreign software

Digital slavery: Again, ISPON condemns over dependency on consumption of foreign software

Continued over dependency on the importation of software products by both public and private sectors in Nigeria, was again, condemned by the Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria, ISPON. Continue Reading Read More

BASIC Is Now 50, and I Still Miss It

One of the most popular computer programming languages ever just turned 50, but almost no one uses it anymore. BASIC, short for Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, may have gotten its start in 1964 at Dartmouth College as a math project. But it ended up defining home computer ownership for an entire generation. BASIC BEGINNINGS Read More

Demystifying Nigerian ATM Experience

The ATM in Nigeria has gone from a mysterious machine of very high distrust to a basic essential. Understandably, being at the perceived epicentre of online fraud and Internet scams has made Nigerians exceedingly weary of this machine which spits cash at the punch of just four digits. My personal take though, is that there Read More

Clearance Sale: Netgear WNDR3400 Dual Band Router with NAS & DD-WRT Firmware (N12,000.00)

The Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 supports true dual-band and offers fast wireless performance and long range. It has a useful set of networking features, such as Guest zone, network storage, traffic meter, and USB external hard-drive support for network storage. Also, it’s aesthetically pleasing and comes with an intuitive Web interface, all Read More

Heartbleed – What You need to know

A major new vulnerability called Heartbleed could let attackers gain access to users’ passwords and fool people into using bogus versions of Web sites. Heartbleed is a recently discovered software flaw that could leave millions of servers on the Internet open to an attack which allows sensitive data, such as user passwords, to be stolen. Read More

Bank App Users Warned Over Android Security

Mobile banking on Android smartphones could put consumers at risk of fraud and cost banks millions. An IT security company, MWR Labs, investigated the security standards of Android mobile phone brands to determine the overall exposure to risk of consumers who use mobile banking. It said that its results indicated that on some handsets as Read More

How To Capture Streaming Music From Your PC

I subscribed to the music service Deezer a few weeks back. With a monthly subscription of US$4.99 (NGN800), Deezer gives you unrestricted access to about 30 million+ music files for your listening pleasure. You are able to stream any music track or if you prefer, you can even save the tracks to your device (PC Read More

What IT Skills And Roles Will Be In Demand In 2014?

Indeed, much of what follows should sound familiar. This could be a good thing. Earth-shattering predictions have a knack for missing the mark. (Apocalypse 2012, anyone?) So the job-market calls that Jack Cullen, President of IT staffing firm Modis, and other industry experts shared with InformationWeek are more realistic and more useful if you’re looking for Read More

Aaron Levie, The 28-Year Old CEO Of The Billion Dollar Cloud Computing Company “BOX”

BOX, which Levie launched out of his dorm room at the University of Southern California in 2005, is a golden child among Silicon Valley tech companies. The company has more than doubled its revenue every year and is on pace to reach $100 million by the end of 2013. Box has more than 900 employees, Read More

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