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Rigorous compliance protocol must be followed when submitting apps.
The new software offers the local channel an opportunity to reinvent itself, even as it hampers short-term hardware and software sales.
Close to 600 MTN SA employees will likely have to re-apply for their jobs, as the company seeks to reorganise and transform its enterprise business unit.
SA's telecoms regulator has a tricky situation on its hands amid challenges around Vodacom's proposed buyout of Neotel.
With the New Year well under way, many government entities are updating their supplier databases.
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The Business Times is this morning reporting that former SARS commissioner Oupa Magashula has bought into CZ Electronics.
The City Press reports that Gauteng motorists are set to benefit from free passes under electronic toll gates, and a lower monthly gap.
Cell C has reportedly been written down by as much as R1.2 million by its largest shareholder.
SA's third-largest mobile operator is asking the South Gauteng High Court to review mobile termination rates.
The city council hopes to finally get to grips with a major housing backlog by way of a technology-based waiting list verification project.
An increasing number of IT companies get a foothold in Africa – via SA – before the window of opportunity dissipates.
Local businesses increasingly turn to cyber insurance cover, as the POPI Act is expected to come into effect soon.
Vox Telecom is no longer for sale as the company decides it is not in its long-term interests to change ownership.
Headline and basic earnings per share could leap by as much as 40% in the first half.
Strides are being made in emerging and developed markets and growth is being seen, but the global e-health picture is far from complete.
Deloitte's predictions for 2015 Including: the Internet of things, phone batteries, 3D printing and drones.
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SA fails to make the grade ITWeb Brainstorm sets up an industry initiative to pool skills development projects and help alleviate the crisis.
Unless government comes clean about its e-toll shenanigans, it's unlikely the public will buy into the concept, no matter what the format.
Authorities crack down on modern day buccaneers using the Web to facilitate their secret activities.
The company's Oculus VR bought Nimble VR and 13th Lab, and it added QuickFire and wit.ai to its shopping cart.
There is a silver lining to the lower maths and science passes that will only shine through after many years.
Signs from 2014 are encouraging, showing SA is headed in the right direction to take advantage of increased connectivity.
Mergers, acquisitions, listings and de-listings – it all happened in 2014.
With a renewed global interest in space exploration, the possibilities are endless.
China levies $140 million in back taxes from Microsoft in the first major case concerning cross-border tax evasion in the country.
BlackBerry Passport is one hell of a phone. But it has one hell of a problem: its mobile ecosystem.
Renewable energy can tackle Eskom woes
The relevant standards for grid connection of embedded generators must be finalised as a matter of urgency, says the CSIR.
Green energy saves R800m
The CSIR finds SA saved R800 million last year thanks to wind and solar projects.
Umhloti Primary gets solar-powered PC lab
A KwaZulu-Natal rural primary school will this year enhance teaching with the help of ICT, after it received a solar-powered computer lab.
Industrial espionage is a huge economic activity involving both state and private business entities.
It is imperative to understand the decision-making process and how this can impact a company.
Virtual desktop infrastructure implementation requires change, something that can open up room for error.
Either commit to a full-blown Web chat deployment, or don't deploy the solution at all.
Sound data management processes and effective search technology are the keys to unlocking and benefiting from dark data.
802.11ac WiFi boosts bandwidth speed by supplying wider frequency bands and faster processing with multiple antennas.
Medium-sized businesses see the value in big data, but cannot mimic large enterprise programmes.
A BI solution that provides a competitive-edge should be one of the corporate strategy's objectives.