AS big data and cloud computing increasingly occupy the core of global activities in service delivery for both private and public sectors, how can governments and businesses in
This is the central focus of discussions for this year's
When government officials, regulatory agencies in telecom and information technology, telecom operators, computing and software firms, technology companies, manufacturers, and other stakeholders converge this year, therefore, their task will be to provide answers on how to maximally utilise the infrastructures that already on ground in the sub-region as well as increase or add new ones in order to deploy broadband as a transformational tool for development.
Consolidating on the gains of past editions, the 2014
Running for the sixth consecutive year, the
According to the organisers,
The Editor in Chief of the Magazine, Mkpe Abang in a statement, said WAFICT 2014 will be building on the success of previous events; but this year's event presents delegates an even better platform as speakers and presentations will come from across many sectors, all of which sorely need broadband for their growth and the development of the society.
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