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Nigerian Stock Exchange partners Rack Centre

2015-07-08T08:35:29+01:00

Businesstoday, June 22, 2015 Right-Left: The Managing Director of InternetSolutions Ltd. (IS), a division of Dimension Data (ISDD), Mr. OlusolaTeniola; The Managing Director of Rack Centre Ltd, Mr. Ayotunde Coker;The Group Executive Chairman ofJagal, Mr.Anwar Jarmakani; Chief Executive Officer of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, Managing Director of Nigerdock Nigeria Plc, Mr.Lloyd [...]

Nigerian Stock Exchange partners Rack Centre2015-07-08T08:35:29+01:00

‘We are the core of supporting carrier neutral capabilities’

2016-11-07T00:48:40+01:00

Businessday, June 19, 2015, by BEN UZOR Ayotunde Coker is the managing director of Rack Centre Limited, Nigeria’s premier tier 3 Data Centre. In this interview with BEN UZOR, he draws attention to the dearth of ICT skills, while calling for the development of IT professional leadership capabilities. Coker however says no advanced economy exist successfully without fundamental [...]

‘We are the core of supporting carrier neutral capabilities’2016-11-07T00:48:40+01:00

Coker: Collocation in Data, Shared Services is Necessary

2016-11-07T00:48:40+01:00

This Day Live, June 18, 2015 Managing Director of Rack Centre, Mr. Ayotunde Coker Managing Director of Rack Centre, a global service provider in data and shared services, Mr. Ayotunde Coker, spoke with journalists on the need for collocation and business outsourcing, among other key industry issues. Emma Okonji was there.  Excerpts: The general elections that [...]

Coker: Collocation in Data, Shared Services is Necessary2016-11-07T00:48:40+01:00

Nigeria needs more awareness, not legislation on collocation — Coker

2016-11-07T00:48:40+01:00

Vanguard, June 17, 2015, by Prince Osuagwu Collocation and shared in-frastructure are practices which have found it difficult to penetrate freely in the Nigerian ICT market. While many companies are sharing infrastructure, a whole lot believe in slugging it out with each other in amassing infrastructure which ordinarily they should have shared from somewhere. While some [...]

Nigeria needs more awareness, not legislation on collocation — Coker2016-11-07T00:48:40+01:00