A1 Radio, a subsidiary of Agreed Best Communication Company, has launched “Tech Friday,” a groundbreaking segment on their flagship morning programme, Day Break Upper East Show. This 10-minute segment aims to keep listeners informed about the latest technological advancements and provide practical insights on how they can leverage these innovations to boost their productivity. It is a partnership between A1 Radio and Norgence IT Solutions.
Tech Friday is a game-changer for tech enthusiasts and professionals alike. Each week, the segment will feature cutting-edge developments in the tech industry, covering a wide range of topics such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, augmented reality, and more. Through in-depth discussions with the CEO of Norgence IT Solutions, Albert Naa, listeners will gain a comprehensive understanding of the emerging technologies and their practical applications in various fields.
The collaboration between A1 Radio and Norgence IT Solutions brings together the expertise of both organisations, ensuring that Tech Friday delivers accurate and valuable information to the audience. Listeners can expect engaging content that goes beyond mere technological updates, offering practical tips, guides, and real-life examples on how to integrate these advancements into their daily lives and professional endeavours.
With Tech Friday, A1 Radio aims to empower its audience by equipping them with the knowledge and tools they need to thrive in the rapidly evolving digital landscape.
According to Mr. Naa, A1 Radio’s interest in educating the public on ICT aligned with Norgence’s long standing drive to bridge the Digital Divide in Northern Ghana. Norgence’s also saw this as an extension of its free ICT training which has been ongoing for 3yrs now.
“When A1 Radio chose us to talk on their Tech Friday, we saw it as both an honour and a partnership that has the potential to disrupt the way people learn and consume ICT knowledge in the region and beyond.”
“Learning ICT in the 21st century is as critical to the development of our collective destinies just as the coal-fired steam engine was to the Industrial Revolution of the 18th century. Digital devices have replaced pen and paper and other analogue means of generating, processing, storing, and transmitting data in all human endeavours. Even where pen and paper or other analogue means are used to generate data, that data captured is eventually digitised to take advantage of the enormous benefits and flexibility digital computing offers. ICT adoption in Ghana is on the rise but no equal momentum of ICT skills acquisition. This has created a huge ICT knowledge gap in both professional and ordinary usage. In light of this, pursuing a career in Information and Communication Technology is both interesting and rewarding for people from all walks of life. Old and young alike have opportunities available to them as far as practising ICT is concerned. It is not also true that ICTs are for men only. Several women have pursued and made great strides in ICT,” Mr. Naa said.
Tune in to the Day Break Upper East Show every Friday morning to stay up-to-date with the latest tech trends and discover how you can harness technology to maximise your productivity.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana