U &J Digital Consult Limited Collaboration Package

U & J Digial Consult Limited seek collaborations between Organisations, Agencies , Academia, Resaerch Institutes, top Universities, Governments and Individuals on gainful intellectual syngergy and resources moblization which aimed at acheiving common goal. The collaboration entails a well-defined, mutually beneficial connection with the goal of achieving common objectives on the short , medium and long terms investment plan. A commitment to mutual goals and relationships, a jointly designed framework and shared responsibility, mutual authority and accountability for success, and resource and reward sharing are all part of what partnerships entails. The Sustainable Development Goal 17 – Partnership for the Goals – promotes the spread of information and communication technology and global interconnectedness to accelerate human progress, to bridge the digital divide and to develop knowledge societies, and these goals are a good starting point for telecommunications and technology companies which seek to work together.

This is why the Telecommunications and Technology Sustainability Working Group – a leading collaborative private sector advocacy organisation in Nigeria aimed at yielding joint action among key telecommunications and technology stakeholders through various strategic partnerships, policy formulation/advocacy, events, and programmes – was formed by sector leaders – MTN, SystemSpecs, Airtel, MainOne, IBM, ALTON, Zinox and IHS – was formed to address various business and national issues by mobilising human and material capital available to stakeholders in the focus sector to ensure sustainable practices that benefit the sector and the country at large. U& J Digital Consult Limited is aligned with those objectives.

Indeed, partnerships between governments, the commercial sector, and civil society are required for a successful sustainable development strategy. At the global, regional, national, and local levels, inclusive partnerships based on principles and values, a shared vision, and shared goals that prioritise the equitable governance of people and the environment are required.U& J Digital Consult Limited is aligned with those missions.

In a dynamic business environment, Computer Science Profession should deal with different multifaceted new issues. For instance, how to record innovative business transactions, expand value-added business and information processes, distribute valuable knowledge to a broad group of information users, and offer assurance services across a whole range of economic activities. Information communication and technology(ICT) has drastically altered the way in which business is performed. Now, most companies used information systems in running their operations. Developments in information technology(IT) have radically enhanced all economic sectors. Computers and other digital technologies have amplified office productivity facilitating the fast exchange of documents, gathering and analysis of data which are the reasons for digital economy.
The diffusion of computer, ICT usage and software development brought about strong adjustments in business’ procedures; however, the influence of these innovations has not been accurately analyzed. Therefore, future developments in this areas are needed to judge the influences technological innovation has instigated in the society wide spaces.

The ICT progresses made available huge amounts of information in the ongoing digital economy projections. These ICTs include all digital technology that assists individuals, businesses and organizations in using information. It covers all electronic products that deal with information in a digital form. Therefore, ICT is concerned with digital data storage, retrieval and transmission. ICT makes a business more efficient, effective and promptly respond to customers’ needs. ICT can assist business activities including design, manufacturing, R&D, distribution and sales and feedback. This is more reasons U & J Digital Consult Limted are very much concerned about ICT democratization in the digital economy.

U & Digital Consult Limited is presently working and expanding the following high impact research areas and seek partnership and collaborations to achieve more result in the shortest possible means of time:

1. 5G Electromagnetic Spectrum Management

2. Internet of Things (IoT) Technology Infrastructures

3.E-Healthcare, Digital Economy & Digital Ecosystem

4. Data Mining & Data Warehouse Technology

5. Block Chain Technology

6. Cloud Computing Technologies

7. Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

8. Disruptive Technologies in Industry 4.0

9. E-Learning Education

10.Multimedia Technology

11. Renewable Energy Technologies(Solar sytems, Wind, Hydro and Biomass Gasification Technology).

The desire to reinvent new energy mix in the current twenty first century digital economy had pushed the world to commence gradually the move from consumption of fossil fuel to sustainable renewable energy resources. The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) held at Glasgow 2021, proposed measures towards securing the global net zero carbon emissions, sustaining the 1.50C temperature increase target towards protecting the environmental ecosystems and resource mobilisation, comprising 197 signatories made up of government officials, businesses and environmental activists, reemphasizing the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement on environmental protection.

The Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century(REN21) programme was planned within the methodological approaches towards renewable energy mix, concentrating on the issues of global importance, such as comprehensive world-wide energy access, socio-economic benefits and emancipation of marginalized social groups. The REN21 collaborated with various stakeholders which include the G20, the World Bank and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to formulate frameworks and analysis of the renewable energy market, industry and policy trends. The REN21 contributors had comprehended the renewable energy future potential policy solutions, through expanding network of partnership organizations to develop regional partnerships with Southern Africa and Asia and to work in synergy with South Korea on future International Renewable Energy Conferences.

The global deliberations over the climate change had predominantly focused on the developed countries where the activities responsible for global warming and greenhouse gas effect are prevalent, when compared with the emission levels permissible for the world assessment goals of the Paris Agreement. In the international deliberations over the management of the climate change effects, the developing countries so far have shouldered a small number of responsibilities when juxtaposed with its counterpart in the developed countries. In the Kyoto Protocol which was implemented on 11 December 1997, the agreement operationalized the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change by obligating the developed countries and economies in transition to moderate greenhouse gases emission in harmony with acceptable country-wide peculiarities. Along with the causes of global warming, and the obligations which were adopted at the Kyoto Conference, it was recognized that individual countries have diverse experiences in contending climate change, on the premise of varied economic developments and therefore placed priorities of reducing the current gaseous emissions on the industrialized countries for being responsible for the current levels of greenhouse gases atmospheric pollution. In addition to Kyotol Protocol, the Paris Agreement was adopted by approximately 190 countries and the European Union (EU) in 2015 to address the undesirable consequences of the global climate changes. The Paris agreement covered approximately 97% of global greenhouse gas emissions as commitments were made from all major greenhouse gaseous emitting countries with the mandate to lower their carbonaceous gas emissions, together with the intending obligations.