RECOMMENDATIONS:

1. There is need to migrate to IPv6 and the use of appliances that are IPv6 compliant should be encouraged.

2. There should be an advocacy for migration to IPv6 and compliant gadgets.

3. There is an urgent need to expand the Nigeria broadband network such that Nigerians can have fast and affordable internet access with large penetration.

4. There is need to develop better internet technologies to meet modern challenges such as locating anyone wherever.

5. Open Access Model for our Broadband deployment strategy should be encouraged as this will not only lead to attraction of more investments to the economy, but will also lead to fast deployment of services while the inherent competition will lead to provision of qualitative and affordable services across the nation.

6. There is a great need to encourage children/youth to develop Apps that can contribute to our economic growth and development and further allow them reason on what changes they can make in the future of ICT industry.

7. While Net Neutrality is a welcome development, Nigeria should through the Ministry of Communication Technology ensure safe cyber space by further empowering the New Media and Information Security Departments at all the Departments and Agencies to address cyber security issues.

8. Our institutions of higher learning should actively participate in ICT through research and development by developing programmes and solutions that are indigenous.

9. There should be a conscious paradigm shift in government and private sector policies and practices towards promoting the .NG domain names.

10. Quality of broadband is a function of the effectiveness of regulation as such the regulatory agencies should ensure efficient, effective and reliable broadband use and penetration in Nigeria.

11. Local content development is the chief driver of any economy and if content is domesticated and locally trafficked, extraneous interference would be minimized as such Local content must be encouraged.

12. The media must work hard to get the broadband revolution actualised because Broadband is the oxygen that drives the media.

13. There is need for synergy among IT professionals practicing in the Country and the open source development model should be explored.

14. The IT industry in the country needs to be coordinated, organized and focused.

15. The players in the industry need to come together and synergize, else foreign companies will continue to dominate and take advantage.

COMMENDATION:

1. The efforts of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GCFR) and his Lieutenant, Mrs. Omobola Johnson of Communication Technology Ministry, at ensuring the growth, development and proliferation of ICT in the country is commendable.

2. The sustained efforts of DigitalSENSE Africa in their campaign to make the technology thrive by organising this event annually is also commendable.

3. NCC’s current disposition to be very present and visible at both local and international level of discussions on all issues surrounding the ICT industry, making their input such as to protect the country’s interest is highly commendable.

4. The efforts of NITDA in terms of encouraging local content in the ICT industry is highly commendable and should energize and challenge the professionals.

For further inquiries, please contact:

Nkemdilim Nweke (Mrs)

Executive Director, Operations

DigitalSENSE Africa Media Ltd

Block F1, Shop 133 Moyosore Aboderin Plaza

Bolade Junction, Oshodi Lagos

08099400183, 07026272656

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