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Search ranking and Secure Socket Layer (SSL), 2017 onwards

January 3, 2017 • Opinions, Reports & ResearchComments (1)

In simple terms SSL is a protocol, which was developed by Netscape. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. In the Google Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) ranking factors for 2017, we are advised to have Secure Socket Layer (SSL) on our websites. This may sound unimportant to many website owners, but if you seek to rank high on search engines, then it is

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Cool New Tech Tools & Gadgets for Your Library Wishlist

Cool New Tech Tools & Gadgets for Your Library Wishlist

December 21, 2016 • Games & Gadgets, OpinionsComments (0)

Kids these days were born in the technology age. They are inherently open-source learners; they learn by doing and getting their hands dirty. Seeing the problem unfold as they progress enhances the learning process, and so many new tech tools and gadgets make

Artificial Intelligence

Why 2017 will be the year of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

December 19, 2016 • OpinionsComments (0)

If there’s a single technology trend that defined 2016, it’s the rise of machine learning. Occasionally obvious, but more often invisible, the services that we work with every day are getting smarter. Siri tries to anticipate which apps you

Technology Trends 2017

Africa 2017: Smartphone penetration, Open Data and less online freedom

December 16, 2016 • OpinionsComments (0)

The tech world in Africa is looking bright with some of the yester-year forecasts finally becoming a reality. We are now witnessing a great shift in mobile money payment for virtually anything. More people are getting online opening up opportunities for

Nigeria Tech Trends | tebudele.com

Nigeria: 10 Most Influential Technology stalwarts

December 15, 2016 • Opinions, West AfricaComments (0)

If I could describe the Nigerian technology ecosystem in 2016, I would choose one term; a vibrant awakening. Sure, the tech space has bubbled for a while, particularly in the main hot-spots. This year, however, was the one where the stories moved from blogs