As a supporter of exceptional initiatives tailored towards providing the best alternatives to our clients and our various host nations and communities, Tenece commenced her corporate social responsibility (CSR) week on 23rd September 2016 in kind by reaching out to a local community in Ikota.
C-Sharp, Bootstrap, Object Oriented Programming, Database Management, CISCO Packet Tracer, Router, Switch, Dll, Microsoft SQL Server, Big Data, GUI, and yes! Visual Studio. If I learnt nothing, I learnt these words and a whole lot more plus a sizeable monthly income. Continue reading GENESYS TECH-HUB BY TENECE
Its over-night global success must have come as a surprise to Nintendo which owns about 35% of this brain-child it created (when you add its shares in Niantic and The Pokémon Company). The AR phenomenon is said to rake in upwards of $4mil daily – massive isn’t it?! Continue reading POKEMON GO IN NIGERIA…. REALLY?!
The largest library in the world, the US library of congress with over 26 million volumes, stands head and shoulder above its contemporaries. Its huge capacity fails to solve some of the basic problems facing even the least equipped libraries, problems such as proximity to the user. Continue reading The Librarian, the curator.
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The management of an IT infrastructure today requires the need to unify machine data across the organizations Information systems. Continue reading Enterprise Data collection, storage, and analysis
The Tenece/Oracle Big Data Appliance Workshop which held at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria island Lagos, on the 25th of August, 2015. If you missed the event…here is a recap. Continue reading Tenece/Oracle Big Data Appliance Workshop
Palo Alto felt computers using artificial intelligence alone could not defeat this adaptive enemy and proposed using human analysts (analytics) to explore data from many sources (Big Data). Continue reading How Big Data helped capture Osama Bin Laden
The key to a safe workplace is having effective safety and security policies in place and to communicate these policies to all employees. For Example: Require office visitors to be escorted or to wear identification. Require delivery people to wait in the reception area and to make deliveries at that one location only. • Establish an emergency alert procedure for the receptionist to signal … Continue reading Safety in the Workplace
Security breaches rocked 2014. Remember SONY? Yeah!!! Before that, there was WikiLeaks, Bradley manning, and there was Edward Snowden. I am not here to argue the morality of their actions or justify if such information should have been leaked or not….I really could care less. The point I am trying to make though, is the effect it had on the corporations that lost what they … Continue reading WHY DLP?