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Firm leadership provides the foundation for a successful project.
Community-driven fibre projects are on the increase.
As the second wave of retrenchments hits the telecoms sector, some labour unions grow increasingly concerned.
E-toll opponents have lashed out at Consulting Engineers South Africa, accusing the engineering body of having a close relationship with Sanral.
The ill-conceived Gauteng e-tolling system has placed government and citizens in a state of war against each other, say observers.
CIOs need to evolve Cloud computing presents new challenges for IT leaders, but it's real and it's here to stay.
The yellow operator expands its My MTNChoice plans, with the new range starting from a monthly fee of R15 for 20MB to R999 for 20GB.
Yolanda Cuba will have to find ways of boosting Vodacom's position in an increasingly competitive market.
The "land rush" for .joburg, .durban and .capetown domain names ends in November.
From this month, the spend analysis application will no longer charge for its services.
Telkom talks turnaround Restoring the company's brand is the rope that will tie all of its strategies together.
Driving business agility via cloud A key reason CIOs implement cloud strategies is to improve their business agility, says Jon Tullett, senior editor at ITWeb.
Architects of the social enterprise As companies move to adopt social business software, the title of 'chief collaboration officer' has entered the business lexicon.
Brainstorm CIO Survey a vital research tool The survey gives local CIOs a chance to tell it like it is when it comes to the relationship between technology and business.
Is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge a cool concept or a lot of hot air?
The live video start-up was acquired for $970 million.
The e-toll review is clear evidence that the system is failing in its current format, but was it poverty or civil disobedience that really brought it down?
The ex-CEO resigns from the Microsoft board to spend more time on his newly-acquired Los Angeles Clippers basketball team.
At $900, the first smartphone was launched 20 years ago. You may not realise it, but today you hold in your hand a multi-thousand-dollar device.
Google and five Asian comms companies have agreed to invest $300 million in a new undersea trans-Pacific cable.
Some government departments seem to be getting their tech objectives right, some occupy an awkward middle ground, but others are way off the mark.
The company has withdrawn its bid for T-Mobile.
Green taxi rank adds to energy mix
SA's 'first green transport facility' adds to a growing range of renewable energy investments across the country.
Google tests delivery drones
The Internet search engine is developing airborne drones capable of delivering anything from candy to medicine.
BMW i SA, Schneider Electric seal partnership deal for customer-friendly electric mobility
Schneider Electric has partnered with BMW on its i Wallbox charging station solution for electric vehicles.
With the rapidly growing BYOD movement, client congestion has become a widespread problem for wireless networks.
Complying with the Protection of Personal Information Act will eliminate real risks for companies.
The foundation for a successful project is firm leadership.
Many people are excluded from operating in the financial mainstream simply because they do not understand the services they can engage with.
Disaster recovery is only one part of a business continuity plan and does not deal with anything other than IT.
As soon as financial inclusion in Africa is measured and quantified, progress can be gauged.
Conducting business according to best practice may be killing your company.
It is possible to realise financial inclusion in Africa by innovatively building on existing solutions to deliver financial services to the poorest of individuals.