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WirelessCo will be SA's first carrier-grade open-access network.
Internet banking brings convenience, but also added risk.
ICASA's final termination rates signal the end of a time in which they hold much significance, as data trumps voice.
While Vodacom's voice-over-LTE solution is in line with global trends, analysts say it is also an example of how operators are forced to squeeze assets.
Even as reviewers and analysts were torn on the prospects of the unconventionally shaped Passport, they brimmed with praise for Blend.
The DOD again dominates the National Tender Bulletin with its infrastructure upgrades.
The company wins a case allowing it to continue building a fibre optic network in Msunduzi, KwaZulu-Natal.
Mteto Nyati leaves Microsoft to head up home-grown MTN's enterprise strategy.
Broadband Infraco says its annual report was delayed by a presidential proclamation that would finalise its move to the DTPS.
Oracle adds six cloud offerings The company expands its Oracle Cloud platform to include new functionalities.
The Supreme Court of Appeal finds in favour of Mark Shuttleworth and awards him a R250 million refund.
The company's Johannesburg-based ICT training initiative aims to widen its student intake from next year onwards.
The operator hopes its latest campaign will covince consumers to join its 18-million strong following.
SA's third operator says the new termination rate regime that kicks in today allows the dominant players to entrench their market position.
More than 80 000 tablets have been delivered to Gauteng schools this year, the department says.
The company has inked an order book of more than R1 billion-worth.
The union is more confident of saving jobs at TIA, after initially stating it is unlikely to stop any of the 75 heads from rolling.
The company's former CEO was the main attraction for tech professionals attending Oracle's annual conference.
The telecoms company could be up for grabs.
The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.
Cyber security 'a CEO concern' Building robust security measures for telcos should not be the sole domain of CIOs, experts say.
IT Personality, Visionary CIO finalists named The 2014 IT Personality and Visionary CIO awards near the final stage as the top five finalists in each category have been selected.
Constructing an industry, open-source style As an absolute fanatic about IT, Kevin Wilson made a strange choice by moving into the construction industry.
Everyone can take a leaf out of the City of Tshwane's WiFi hubs, which are starting to look beyond enabling connectivity.
The company invests $1.5 billion in a 20% stake in two Chinese semiconductor companies.
At this late hour, it would perhaps serve us well to stop asking when digital TV will happen and start asking why it hasn't.
The company's shares have risen more than 35% over its offer price, making it one of the largest IPOs.
The reactions of online communities show us more about ourselves than the victims.
The company abandons its contentious image tool following a copyright lawsuit by Getty Images.
Who's to say the smartwatch won't be the next big thing, just like the smartphone has become?
Thomas Bravo, a private equity investment firm, bought Compuware for $2.5 billion.
SPIS for Orange Farm school
Samsung has handed over a Solar Powered Internet School to Refalletse Primary School in Orange Farm.
ER Data Recovery focuses on customer satisfaction as measure of success
The company prides itself on providing fast, affordable data recovery services with guaranteed customer satisfaction.
Solar-powered water meter for SA
The device can be charged by the sun in a couple of hours, says MyWater.
Interoperability has become a new buzzword in the financial inclusion dialogue.
Outsourcing the management of a modern IT infrastructure can have a positive impact, but the decision to outsource must be based on value.
Skimming and SIM card swapping are only two in a list of crimes perpetrated by banking fraudsters.
While numbers are generally assumed to be impartial, they are in fact about people and created by people.
Internet banking brought convenience to South African subscribers, but also added risk.
What are the leadership roles of the project manager and the business analyst?
Credit scoring for those who have never had credit is a tricky business.
Adopting a short-term approach to IT infrastructure could leave companies with a ticking time bomb.