This volume revises and updates the 2003 handbook on the ICT sector in Nigeria. It is a timely publication as Nigeria moves from being a country overwhelmingly dependent on oil, to a multi-product economy, with ICTs now representing US$1.3bn per annum. There is still however a dearth of data and information on the nature, characteristics and need to track the progress and dynamics of the industry.Figure 11.1 Distribution of PC Models Figure 11.2 Distribution of Servers Figure 11.3 Distribution of Printers. appointments and to receive messages from customers, the internet is still used to browse for the latest designs and using e- mails to ... With the increasing number of furniture showrooms, many have made use of PCs to handle the computation of staff salaries, ... to connect to the Internet and to provide e-mail services for browsing and downloading the latest fashion and styles.
|Title||:||The Nigerian Information and Communications Technology Handbook|
|Author||:||Compumetrics Solutio Staff, Compumetrics Solutions|
|Publisher||:||Compumetrics Solutions - 2005|