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The ITA eliminates tariffs on hundreds of ICT products for its 82 signatory countries.
The ITA eliminates tariffs on hundreds of ICT products for its 82 signatory countries.
SA can earn R10bn if it joins ICT tariffs agreement

If the country joins the Information Technology Agreement, the economy will grow by an additional 0.17% in 10 years, a study finds.

Gauteng hails ICT in healthcare

Gauteng premier David Makhura.

The province commits to an e-health strategy and targets 2019 to complete the digitisation of all patient files.

Parbhoo heads to Westcon-Comstor SA

Rakesh Parbhoo, current CIO of Dimension Data Middle East and Africa, is moving to Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa.

Rakesh Parbhoo, CIO of Dimension Data Middle East and Africa, will take on the role of CEO at Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa.

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Govt won't force return of spectrum

Minister Siyabonga Cwele confirms there are no immediate plans for operators to return current high demand spectrum.

Citrix Synergy 2017

Admire Moyo

ITWeb telecoms editor Paula Gilbert reports from Orlando, Florida..


SA trails Open Data Barometer

The barometer shows the South African government is missing an opportunity to win trust and engage with citizens through open data.

Huge Group posts impressive results

The company's revenue for FY2017 increased by 14% to R246 million when compared to the previous year.

DTPS to breathe life into broadband council

The telecoms and postal services department proposes to revive the National Broadband Advisory Council as it looks to expand its impact.

Red Hat opens first EMEA innovation lab

The open source enterprise support company offers a space to its EMEA clients to accelerate the building of their applications.

Huawei enters PC market to take on Lenovo, HP, Dell

The Chinese telecoms giant plans a global expansion into PCs, taking on a market that has suffered two years of falling sales and margin pressure.

Security Summit 2017 In the news
Keitumetsi Tsotetsi

Without a culture of information security, technology cannot fix the problem, said PWC's Keitumetsi Tsotetsi.

Jason Jordaan SA's digital forensics practitioners 'kinda suck'

Innocent people could go to prison and have their lives destroyed as a result, says forensic scientist Jason Jordaan.


Cyber Crimes Bill still makes criminals of most of us This law is analogous to banning knives because they could be used in the commission of a crime, writes Ivo Vegter.



Should you be worried about the new FICA regulation? With SA's international investments at stake, there's little chance this legislation will be toothless, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.



Facebook gets lashes The social network has been fined €150 000 by France's data protection watchdog; and $123 million by the EU.


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Caption Competition

Congratulations to David de Jong for the winning caption competition and walking away with an annual subscription to Brainstorm magazine, as well as an entry into a lucky draw for an Apple iPad Mini 16GB Tablet With Wi-Fi & 4G


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Sophos Webinar: May

Protecting against spear phishing and socially engineered schemes What everyone should be striving for is to mitigate as much risk as possible.


Data Centre Summit: July

Agility of public cloud inside your four walls The shift to cloud is on, and the challenge is to adopt the right mix of cloud models for your organisation.


POPI Update: May

Disposing of redundant IT assets It is important to dispose of redundant assets, to ensure POPI compliance when doing so, and to be aware of the risks.