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Operators are aware of the need to explore fresh services as traditional revenue streams dry up.
 
Operators are aware of the need to explore fresh services as traditional revenue streams dry up.
SA operators chase frontrunner status

Despite criticism, local mobile operators prove they are worth their salt with network investment and innovation.

New 12-inch Mac pricing starts at R19 000

The new Apple MacBook comes in space gray, gold or silver.

The new Apple MacBook 12-inch will be in SA from Friday for in-store previews.


Framing open source intelligence for social media

The explosion of the Internet means traditional digital forensic investigation frameworks need to be updated.

The Maitland Group's information security officer outlines a proposed framework for using OSINT for investigating social networking apps.


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Asus put too much focus on the exterior and performance of the device at the expense of battery life and screen quality.

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Joburg set for tech boost

The city's mayor Mpho Parks Tau outlines plans to increase digital access in Johannesburg. 

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Transport minister skirts e-toll issue

Dipuo Peters makes no mention of Gauteng's e-tolls in her budget vote speech, while the public awaits feedback.

ICT is 'critical' for job creation

More access to tech is vital for SA to meet job creation targets, but the sector alone is unlikely to make a big enough dent in unemployment.

Seacom exec to head Liquid Telecom SA

The subsea cable company's former chief commercial officer, Willem Marais, joins the Liquid Telecom group. 

Internet newbies lack security knowledge

Education is needed to protect the next generation of Internet users from growing threats.

Govt to finalise cyber security policy

State Security Agency minister David Mahlobo promises a heightened focus on cyber security in the coming year.

Finance head sacked over R50m IT contract

Gauteng's head of finance, Stuart Lumka, is dismissed for financial misconduct and faces possible criminal charges.

MTN weathers DDOS attack

The operator's Gallo Manor centre is hit by a cyber attack, two days after a power outage caused major service interruptions. 

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ITWeb journalist Lauren Kate Rawlins reports from Las Vegas.

Lauren Rawlins Digital era complicates cyber security Security analytics and advanced identity must be used in combination as the third platform infrastructure era enters the critical innovation stage.


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SA faces profound lack of digital skills Businesses need to take responsibility for shaping young talent, says Native VML's Jarred Cinman.

 
 

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