The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network, Inc. (viNGN) encourages everyone to #LearnSomethingNew every day, and has published a free e-book and guide to getting your business online, the Internet Starter Kit + 7 Step Guide to Getting Your Business Online.
On St. Croix, the Aureo Diaz Heights Community will observe the nationwide Digital Learning Day event on Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 11am-12pm utilizing viNGN’s Absolute Beginners Computer Lab at the Aureo Diaz Public Computer Center. Participants will be exposed to the basics of mouse and keyboard use, computing, Internet and Email basics, and Internet Safety. … Continue reading
At the 3rd Annual OmniSystems Information Technology Expo, USVI Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) Executive Director Angelo Riddick emphasized the need for faster and more stable network connectivity in order for the territory’s government agencies to better secure data, collaborate, and facilitate disaster recovery: “We are working with the internet service providers, with the V.I. Next Generation … Continue reading
The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network, Inc. (viNGN) was among the sponsors and participants the 3rd annual Information Technology Expo hosted by OmniSystems, Inc. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 7-8, 2017 at Marriott Frenchman’s Reef Beach Resort. This year’s events focused on Cloud Computing as the foundation for SaaS (Software as a Service), document management, … Continue reading
Governor Ken Mapp, together with other senior leadership members of the Virgin Islands Next Generation (viNGN) Team, toured the viNGN Network Operations Center (NOC) and a Fiber Access Point (FAP) facility earlier today. The scheduled tour was developed in order to provide an onsite perspective of overall viNGN operations and gain an appreciation of the … Continue reading
The Virgin Islands Next Generation, Inc. (viNGN) was the guest of the newly elected Resident Council of the Oswald Harris Court community on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016 at the Boys and Girls Club Public Computer Center (PCC) which is housed at the Ruth Dazle Community Center on the property. With the theme, “Use What We’ve … Continue reading