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New EOH group CEO Zunaid Mayet.
 
New EOH group CEO Zunaid Mayet.
EOH targets emerging market expansion

New EOH CEO Zunaid Mayet sees growth opportunity in emerging markets and says the group needs to focus on more deliberate acquisitions.

Official implicated in R1.3bn broadband investigation

The Joburg Broadband Network aims to connect communities and businesses to more affordable Internet.

The City of Joburg suspends a senior official following an investigation into the R1.3 billion expense to takeover the broadband network project.


Lenovo buoyant in SA despite PC market free-fall

Thibault Dousson, Lenovo's GM for Southern Africa.

The Chinese multinational company grows its local business, banking on the strong rand and a reasonably flat inflation rate.


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Oracle SA appoints new MD

Niral Patel takes up the management role to grow the software company's local business operations.

Two major criminal Dark Web markets seized

Coordinated efforts by US and European governments culminate in the takedown of the AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces.

Microsoft quietly announces smart home foray

The tech giant released a video on YouTube this week, in partnership with Johnson Controls, to unveil a voice-controlled smart thermostat.

Govt to beef up security at Uber hotspots

Government will deploy police to quell violent clashes between Uber and meter taxi drivers.

Fibre Tiger sees strong traffic growth

The fibre price comparison Web site sees month-to-month traffic growth of up to 30% in its first six months of existence.

Cisco predicts 'destruction of service' attacks

The networking company forecasts attacks that are more damaging, leaving businesses with no way to recover.

SAP appoints interim management team for Africa

The company appoints new executives after four management team members were suspended following bribery allegations in SA.

Kenya impresses Alibaba's Jack Ma

On his first visit to Africa, the executive chairman said he would consider investing in Kenya after being impressed by the nation's Internet speed.


Guest column

Welcome to assisted reality Augmented reality's star is finally rising in the workplace, writes James Francis.

 

AWARDS

MTN calls for women in ICT nominations The operator has officially launched the second edition of the Women in ICT - Partnership for Change Awards.

 

INNOVATION

Tshimologong Precinct open for business What does it take to make a Silicon Valley in Johannesburg's inner city?

 

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Data Centre Summit: July

The way forward with Cloud 2.0 Cloud 2.0 puts the enterprise in control of the cloud with superior economics, agility, visibility and governance over who uses what cloud resources.

 

Data Centre Summit: July

SDDC and the modern data centre ITWeb Events spoke to Eaton Kohl, head of HCI & validated solutions, Dell EMC, about how the software-defined data centre (SDDC) is the core of a modern business.

 

Enterprise Mobility: August

War rooms creative disruptive innovation ITWeb Events spoke to Matthew Griffin, an international keynote speaker and disruption expert, about his trip to SA in August and the message he would like to leave the audience with.

 

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