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The Internet Of Things

So IoT basically means that all these “dumb devices” will be able to communicate, interact and talk to each other for more efficient, automated control and monitoring. IoT is built on cloud computing and networks of data gathering sensors. It is going to make everything in our lives, from dustbins to airports, “smart”. Continue reading The Internet Of Things

OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

continued from part 2 Following are screenshots of some of the forms and windows in the School Manager.  Fig 1: University Portal (UNN)   Fig. 2:  Login page   (ESUT)    Fig.3: Course Registration Form (EBSU)   BREAKING NEWS !!   UNN RANKS NUMBER ONE IN WEBOMETRICS RANKING AND THIS IS CLEARLY A REFLECTION OF OUR COMMITMENT IN DEVELOPING AND DEPLOYING A NEW WEBSITE.!!   See below … Continue reading OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

continued from part 1 F. Electronic Staff & Student ID Cards Bank debit card. Holders can access their funds conveniently from ATM machines ID card. Staff & Students can use card as a form of identity Access Control. With highly functional & secure readers, cards will be used for authentication before pre-paid services in the school (such as semester examinations). This will ensure payment compliance … Continue reading OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

IPv6: how prepared is NIGERIA in welcoming the “BIG GUY”

Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the most recent version of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet. IPv6 was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to deal with the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion. The Internet Protocol version 4 (IPV4) can only provide an address space of barely 4.3 billion with only Continue reading IPv6: how prepared is NIGERIA in welcoming the “BIG GUY”