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The optimised data centre.
Africa’s digital innovation will allow it to leapfrog the rest of the world.
Big data is there for everyone but its potential is being wasted.
Sanral welcomes the high court ruling in Pretoria, against an Alberton company, for the non-payment of e-tolls.
The court rules to extend the current invalid social grants contract, as minister Bathabile Dlamini takes flak for the payments debacle.
Net1 CEO Serge Belamant reportedly states that unless government uses pigeons to deliver social grants, it is only CPS that has the capacity to fulfil payments on 1 April.
The Constitutional Court reserves judgement in social grant payments case, as Mogoeng Mogoeng blasts minister Bathabile Dlamini for failing to keep her finger on the pulse.
Cell C's total capital expenditure over the last four years is close to what MTN spent in just one year.
ZTE gets zapped The company has been fined $1.2 billion by the US government for illegally shipping networking equipment to Iran and North Korea.
This is not a drill: What JR Ewing never told you about digital Africa has a resource that's not only more disruptive than oil, but is potentially unlimited, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.
The 3310 and the sad state of the mobile world James Francis is willing to bet the resurrected 3310 will grow Nokia's feature phone market share.
An incredible digital opportunity exists in Africa that will allow it to leapfrog the rest of the world.
Companies are missing the big data boat – it's there for everyone but its potential is being wasted.
A number of opportunities are available to develop software that allows IOT tech to proliferate and interoperate.
Unanalysed data attributes usually constitute the biggest portion of the total volume of used data.
Local businesses must pay urgent attention to key lessons learnt from increasingly sophisticated breaches.
Companies are looking for flexible contracts, reduced costs and the agility to adapt to new technology trends.
Security initiatives often end up being ineffective because they are not focused on the right issues.
New digital services are addressing some of the continent's most critical challenges.
SUSE Expert Days in SA for first time ITWeb interviews the regional manager for SUSE South Africa, Matthew Lee, to gain insight into its SDI, digital transformation and DevOps plans.
Data breaches remain unreported by SA organisations This is creating the incorrect perception that SA in not badly affected by cyber attacks, says the CSIR.
Turning data into threat intelligence Intelligence can support incident detection, incident response, training and awareness, security architecture, and many other aspects of a security programme.