inq.Digital Nigeria, a solutions provider said organisations in Nigeria need cybersecurity solutions to reduce cyber risks and attacks.
The company revealed that it is in partnership with some cybersecurity providers such as Sophos to enable them to deliver their cybersecurity solutions to their customers.
Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of inq.Digital Nigeria, Mr. Ifeanyi Akosionu Nigeria, who spoke at the Africa Tech Alliance (AfriTECH 3.0) Forum showcased some of the solutions of the company that could tackle cyber risks noting that its service offering entails letting its customers and partners through the entire value chain of technology, from connectivity, which is a bedrock of technology, all the way down to software.
He said the digital service provider offers services from the Internet to broadband connectivity, enabling its customers to connect to their applications and last-mile customers.
“We offer co-location services for partners that are just starting out their digital transformation journey. With co-location services, you can bring your servers to our data centre. We also offer voice solutions which you can communicate with an official line to your customers. We give you the platform to be able to digitize, to be able to transform your business,” Akosionu said.
Akosionu who was represented Olumide Obafemi, stated that the vision of the technology startup is to imagine a better world using technology, and being able to do that by constantly learning, innovating, and leaving a lasting legacy for its teeming customers.
He disclosed that inq.Digital’s value proposition is to offer its clients and partners access to cutting-edge digital solutions and give them increased revenue opportunities by allowing them to focus more on innovation and creativity rather than focusing on their daily tasks.
He said that while ensuring that these are achieved, inq.Digital takes care of its client’s operational tasks, by making available the platform for transformation, adding that all these are done by offering competitive pricing and technical support.
“We also have in-country cloud hosting where you can spin up virtual machines, spin up databases for you, and a backup and disaster recovery service for you. In a city like Lagos, this gives you reduced latency and also allows you to comply with Nigeria’s Data Protection law that has just been signed.
“We also have partnerships with public cloud providers such as Microsoft, AWS, and Google that can provide public cloud hosting to you if you don’t want in-country cloud hosting. We are also leading the charge for the revolutionization of artificial intelligence in Africa by building systems that are enhanced and integrated with artificial intelligence,” he added.