Osinbajo welcomes Microsoft’s offer to support Nigeria’s economic sustainability plan

Just as global technology giants including Google Inc., HUAWEI, and top social networking company, Facebook, another international tech heavyweight, Microsoft Corporation, has disclosed plans to partner with the Federal Government for the benefit of the Nigerian people, especially young people. Specifically, Microsoft is now offering support for the Digital Transformation pillar of the Federal Government’s Economic Sustainability Plan. This will be a continuation of the technology company’s investment in Nigeria after the establishment of an African Technology Development Centre in 2020, all in affirmation of the efforts of the Buhari…

EdoJobs, Amazon set to begin training for second cohort in cloud computing programme, call for participants

Edo State Skills Development Agency (EdoJobs) is set to begin training for the second cohort of its Amazon Web Services (AWS) re/start, a cloud computing training, urging interested youths in the state to apply to participate and build careers in cloud computing. Managing Director, EdoJobs, Mrs. Ukinebo Dare, in a chat with journalists, said the programme is run in conjunction with AWS and is aimed at building a new corps of internet-savvy, tech-inclined young adults, who are being prepared to take up entry-level jobs in cloud computing. According to her,…

Obaseki launches Edo Tech Park, says state on course for digital economy before 2025

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki on Monday launched the Edo Tech Park, in partnership with Decagon, an elite software engineering and leadership training institute, with an assurance that the state was on course to achieving a digital economy before 2025. Obaseki, who made the submission while addressing guests during the launch of the Edo Tech Park with the theme, “Building the next generation of tech leaders,” said his administration is leveraging on the successes recorded in the first term to train and host a minimum of 15,000 software developers in the next…