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Seven ways to make your SQL engine purr.
Stellenbosch University’s ZA-AeroSat nanosatellite readies for launch.
IBM opens a research facility at Wits, to explore the universe.
The traditionally private and ad-free messaging app will begin to share users' private info with parent company Facebook.
The company opens a facility at Wits, focusing on data-driven healthcare, digital transformation and exploring the universe.
The IT services company lays off staff as it "restructures to meet operational and business requirements".
The Department of Science and Technology introduces a 3D printing strategy to improve SA's traditional manufacturing industries.
Rackspace Hosting goes private Apollo Global Management has bought the company for $4.3 billion.
Reducing the remittance burden How new players are cutting the cost of sending money home.
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Cloud solutions provide multiple applications and different user profiles to access various levels of functionality.
Rio de Janeiro pulled out all the stops to ensure the technological bases were covered at this year's Olympic Games.
How quickly can your company's cloud solution scale?
A recent cloud computing ruling will hopefully prevent governments from demanding access to data outside of their geographical jurisdictions.
Analysis of unstructured big data has the potential to enhance structured data analysis. But don't believe everything it contains.
Is your application programming interface the backdoor through which hackers can break in?
With the help of serious amounts of big data, Pokémon Go rockets into a whole new cross-section of the population.
Chatbots are the next customer engagement platform.