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Still plenty lost in translation between the CMO and CIO, writes Lee Naik.

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Social development minister Bathabile Dlamini.
 
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SASSA backs itself into a corner

Cash Paymaster Services will find itself in a favourable position if the court approves the extension of its current invalid social service payment contract.

 

Samsung Africa Forum

Lauren Rawlins

ITWeb journalist Lauren Kate Rawlins reports from Cape Town.

 

Ransomware attacks doubled in H2 2016

Ransomware attacks are growing rapidly.

Of all the recognised malware incidents globally between July and December 2016, 10.5% were ransomware attacks, says Check Point.


What to expect from Mobile World Congress

The LG G6 will be unveiled at MWC 2017.

The event will host premium smartphone launches and showcase apps, wearables, virtual reality headsets, robots and drones.


 

ITWeb's Governance, Risk and Compliance 2017

Bantu Holomisa

ITWeb journalists report from Bryanston, Johannesburg.

 

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Cell C board snubs Telkom's interest

The telco turns down what it terms an unsolicited, non-binding and conditional proposal from the fixed-line operator.

EOH in joint venture with German energy group

The partnership with STEAG Energy Services of Germany will help transfer skills, technology and advanced energy capabilities into SA.

Vodacom rushes to meet M2M migration deadline

The telco works towards meeting ICASA's 14-digit Number Plan Regulation cut-off date of 24 March 2017.

ERAonline aims to increase student pass rate

The online study platform will be available to help students perform at their level best.

Sage creates $1m fund for Africa

Grants from the enterprise fund are open to non-profits in Africa with innovative ideas that will help improve the lives of military veterans, young people or women and girls.

Agriculture tech summit to be held in SA

The Global Agripreneurs Summit 2017 will be held in Johannesburg this year and see 50 global start-ups compete for the 'Agripreneur of the Year' title.

Telkom's chief commercial officer Armstrong quits

Brian Armstrong tells CEO Sipho Maseko that he wishes to retire at the end of this financial year.

Tender Watch: Gearing up Gauteng

This week's National Tender Bulletin sees the Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs finalising several tenders focused on Gauteng.

PoPI survey 2017


GUEST COLUMN

The big deal about fake news What makes the current fake news phenomenon more frightening is that there is no specific force behind it, writes James Francis.

 

BOOTH'S BITES

BlackBerry takes Nokia to court BlackBerry files a patent infringement lawsuit against Nokia, demanding royalties on the Finnish company's mobile network products.

 

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Love your CMO so customers will love you There is still plenty lost in translation in the relationship between the CMO and CIO, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.

 

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GRC Conference: Feb 2017

The quest to establish a world-class Information Regulator SA's Information Regulator members are committed to making the office fully operational in a year's time, said Sizwe Snail ka Mtuze.

 

BI Summit: March 2017

BI attracts the naturally curious Data is unpredictable, and that attracts people who are comfortable with uncertainty, says founder of Third Nature, Mark Madsen.

 

Security Summit: May 2017

Infosec decision-makers must rely on facts Infosec decision-makers who rely less on common sense are more likely to fall prey to hype and fear, says Net-Square Solutions' Saumil Shah.

 

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