ICT stakeholders converge in Nigeria

Nerds Unite is MainOne’s technology platformFrom OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos, Nigeria
LAGOS, (CAJ News) – STAKEHOLDERS in the information and communications technology sector have met in Lagos to discuss prevailing trends in the industry.

Leading provider of network solutions and communications services for business, MainOne, organised the event.

It was held under the auspices of the second edition of the annual Nerds Unite Technology Conference.

Created for IT professionals, Nerds Unite is MainOne’s technology platform to bring together its customers and partners for impactful knowledge sharing sessions and social networking.

With topics ranging from best practices to address emerging challenges facing Enterprises in Connectivity, Data Centre, Cloud and Security, Nerds Unite delivered new content, networking opportunities and insights to enrich the technical audience.

Speaking during her presentation on“The Shape of Things to Come”, MainOne’s CEO, Funke Opeke, analysed latest trends including the Internet of Things, Data Centre and Cloud services, Managed Security and Social Business.

She urged IT professionals to adopt new technologies for enhanced operational efficiency for their organisations.

Opeke noted that the IT space was highly competitive and early adopters and pioneers stoond to benefit more from new technologies.

Nerds Unite 2016 featured break-out sessions facilitated by representatives from Microsoft, Cisco, DBH, Schneider Electric, Arbor Networks and MainOne among others.

The event also provided social networking opportunities.

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