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  • Guardian

    Banks at crossroads over CBN deadline on data centre
    Guardian
    Money deposit banks are at crossroads over whether to fully outsource their data centre operations or get theirs certified to the required standard in view of security and control concerns as they race to meet with Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN ...



  • Guardian

    CWG, infosys to support banks on digital banking
    Guardian
    Computer Warehouse Group Plc (CWG) and Infosys Finacle have pledged to support Nigerian banks in their efforts to provide digital banking in the country. Venkatramana Gosavi, senior vice president and head, growth market, Infosys Finacle, made the ...

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  • BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)

    Finding and developing talent
    BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)
    I could tell ex-Arthur Andersen staff from managers in a group. They had a number of commonalities: most of those I met had high professional and ethical standards. I wondered if the fact that they grew up in Arthur Andersen (AA) had something to do ...

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  • Guardian

    NOTAP DG says local vendor programme enhances software development
    Guardian
    Dr. DanAzumi Mohammed Ibrahim, Director General, NOTAP, says that the local vendor programme initiated by the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) is assisting the nation in building local capacity for software development.



  • TechCabal

    Top African technology news for December 15, 2016
    TechCabal
    The free Small and Medium Enterprise resource planning software (SMERP) was built by Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) and it will help SMEs manage their businesses more efficiently. OLX merchants will be able to use the free (for now) software to ...



  • Guardian

    Inside the toxic graveyard of Lagos
    Guardian
    That Lagos, the commercial capital of the most populous black nation in the world, Nigeria, is the fifth largest economy in Africa is undisputed; what may not be known to many is that Lagos is also the world's leading destination for toxic and ...

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  • Computer Warehouse Group Tech company changes management
    Pulse Nigeria
    According to various media reports, the board of directors of Computer Warehouse Group Plc (CWG) has announced changes to the company's executive management. Mr. James Agada, former chief technology officer of the company has been appointed as ...

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  • Vanguard

    Technology Shifts, James Agada
    Vanguard
    James Agada is the CEO of Computer Warehouse Group, a leading pan-African IT company in Nigeria. As a major stakeholder, he thinks the origin of IT in Nigeria is replete with memories of the oil industry: “ I think that the first serious introduction ...



  • The Tide

    THE STATES
    The Tide
    According to the statement, the Command's Area Controller, Mr Abutu Onaja led in the destruction of the expired items which took place in the premises of the command's warehouse. “The destruction of the expired materials was approved and directed by ...



  • The News

    Customs command burns expired rice, gadgets, other
    The News
    According to the statement, the burnt items include expired foreign rice, computer scraps and expired bubble gum. Others were harmful and expired drugs including Dizapam, Heragra, Tranadol tablets and 250 cartons of expired liquid Indo food. According ...

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