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How to survive cyber ransom.
Data encryption in the cloud can seem daunting in the beginning.
Isn’t the very concept of open source inimical to security?
The Technology Innovation Agency shrugs off a history of scandals to refocus on its mandate and steadily increase the number of tech SMEs it funds.
The German government says a cyber attack that infected nearly 1 million routers used to access the Deutsche Telekom Internet service was part of a global campaign.
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Service banks on a modernised, digitised postal network.
Intel Security experts warn of drone-jackings and a rise in Internet of things malware attacks in 2017.
The low-cost computer board is used throughout the education sector in SA, reaching over 40 000 South African students.
This week's National Tender Bulletin sees government shift into high gear.
Symantec bags LifeLock The company spent $2.3 billion on the identity theft protection services provider.
Sbu Shabalala scoops IT Personality of the Year 2016 Adapt IT CEO has created SA' largest exporter of software.
Peter Alkema wins Visionary CIO 2016 CIO of FNB's Business Banking: Passionate about building great software.
Network optimisation resolves issues by improving end-user performance under demanding conditions.
A seamless blend of physical and virtual environments surrounds people for almost every moment of every day.
Virtualisation-specific security optimises the shared resource environment that virtual desktops offer.
Getting qualified answers from a vast, unstructured data lake demands a blended data approach to analytics.
Cloud encryption endeavours to make a company's data unreadable to anyone but the company itself.
Open source is used more than ever – but isn't open source security an oxymoron?
A new way for businesses and consumers to chat transforms the customer experience.
Mobile security threats are increasingly sophisticated and particularly dangerous as shoppers head online over the festive season.
Governance in the digital age There is always a risk to be managed with the introduction of any new technology or service.
The softer side of BI Emotional intelligence leads to better leadership, which leads in turn to better business intelligence.
Is the cloud everything it's cracked up to be? How secure is the cloud, and how susceptible it is to theft, corruption or loss.