Cimcor an industry leader in developing innovative security, integrity and compliance software solutions as well as a global corporate, government and military initiative driver on protecting critical IT infrastructure has partnered with Tenece professional services to resell Cimcor’s forerunner software product. Cimtrak, a software which monitors critical network device configurations for changes and provides immediate alerting should a change be detected, helps organizations monitor and … Continue reading CIMCOR PARTNERS TENECE AS WEST AFRICA CIMTRAK RESELLER
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.
Tenece Professional Services Limited for the past eight years has successfully developed and deployed enterprise school management solutions in Nigeria. Our journey in the education sector started in South Eastern Nigeria, with track record history of understanding the gaps in the sector and developing bespoke solutions as well as providing jobs to thousands of Nigerians. Continue reading OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA
For a country with over four decades experience in oil and gas exploration, production activities and proven recoverable reserves of about 37 billion barrels, her inability to use the resource wealth as a means for national development and poverty reduction has perhaps been the greatest challenge facing successive administrations.
These challenges have their expression in how Nigeria can derive maximum profits from Oil and Gas operations Continue reading THE IMPACT OF LOCAL CONTENT POLICY IN THE NIGERIA OIL & GAS SECTOR ON THE ECONOMY
I remember the first time I opened a bank account, I was 17 at the time. I just got admitted into a Pre-degree program in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso – 2 years after I realized that passing JAMB wasn’t in the cards for me. It was a community bank, I can’t even say the name, sounded so razz at the time. My friend … Continue reading THE END TIME IS HERE, DO NOT BE LEFT BEHIND!
With the networking of all formerly “unsmart” devices in progress, the internet of all things is no longer a fairy tale but a looming reality. This massive mesh of devices will result in extremely large data – your washing machine and refrigerator will have several columns of data generated each day you do laundry or run out of dairy milk, respectively. The Boeing 787 aircraft … Continue reading A Day Old Data…Is Too Old!
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”
The internet is buzzing with all sorts of appealing social networks, groups, associations – the good and bad kind – and the ability to know the difference is the patch that will keep your boat afloat. Ignorant surfers are lunch for hackers; however safe one may feel behind the firewall of an updated antivirus, there is something the software can’t do for you just yet … Continue reading AVOID iFRAUDSTERS: Do it yourself
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
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?