Why Read This
This document highlights the dynamics of the IT market in the African country of Nigeria, discusses the economic conditions prevailing in the country, and provides a systematic analysis of key IT market opportunities for vendor strategists. Nigeria's government is firmly committed to IT development and is focusing much of its attention on enhancing the country's human resources capacity through various joint initiatives with Cisco and the European Computer Driving License (ECDL). According to our research, the most important sectors in Nigeria's IT market are: enterprise, government, midmarket, small business, consumer, and education. Other important aspects of Nigeria's IT market are discussed, such as telecommunications, PCs, servers, software, open source, and piracy. This document also provides information on major IT providers in Nigeria, for example: IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Dell, SAP, Apple, Cisco, HP, Google, Red Hat, salesforce.com, Intuit, Novell, VMware, Symantec, RIM, Nokia, Sun, Toshiba, and Acer. Local IT companies and IT associations are also profiled.
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