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A short-term IT infrastructure approach is akin to a ticking time bomb.
SA Connect lacks funding and a definitive implementation plan.
Consumers curse Vodacom following a sudden about-turn in the mobile price war, which is turning out to be unsustainable.
The operator is still on the hunt for acquisitions in Africa, although prospects are limited.
The DTPS heads for further turmoil, as director-general Rosey Sekese allegedly purges those opposing her.
The City of Johannesburg unveils plans to offer free Internet and WiFi access at 30 libraries across the city.
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Alison Gillwald, executive director of Research ICT Africa, responds to ITWeb’s recent story on late minister Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri.
Your network will kill you Is yours working for you? Or are you working for it?
Fighting cyber crime in Nigeria Nigerian cyber criminals believe in networking, and make use of the slightest opportunities available for financial gain.
Seven trends driving data discovery Half of BI platform software buying will be driven by data discovery, says QlikView.
The acquisition of O2 will see it merge with Three, Hutchison Whampoa's existing British carrier.
While the ANC is strongly opposed to a referendum on e-tolling, it would be the most efficient way of putting this contentious issue to bed.
The company acquires Careerify, a Canadian start-up that will help automate the referrals process using big data.
Thanks to smartphones, the line between work and personal time has all but been erased.
The Chinese e-commerce giant's $200 million investment sees Snapchat's value increase to $15 billion.
Granted, the age of the machine will add in more convenience, but it also comes at a hefty human cost.
Kim Kardashian's success extends far beyond reality TV and she now has her sights firmly set on taking over the tech world.
Microsoft sues Kyocera over patent infringements regarding the latter's cellphones.
BI struggles to respond rapidly to the business need, even when attempting agile development.
The move to cloud requires a mindset change, as security fears impinge on adoption.
Don't code for one set of regional formats or for every region from the ground up.
Linking analytics to decision-making is imperative in order to drive performance.
There are vast potential gains to be had from migrating to the cloud.
The virtual storage area network model makes storage a first-class citizen again.
The four realities of data science operations in SA today make for a shaky lift-off.
Shifting from a state of architecture execution to architecture leadership is the next step in the EA journey.