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Jessie Rudd Telematics tomorrow

Astute marketing companies will be able to measure customers in real-time.

Joanne Carew Erase, rewind

We can’t change the past, despite the “right to be forgotten” policy.

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Tenders for decoders for subsidised set-top boxes close on 6 January.
Tenders for decoders for subsidised set-top boxes close on 6 January.
Digital TV finally moves ahead

The Universal Service and Access Agency of SA sneaks out tenders for subsidised decoders needed for migration.

2014's funny side: The year's best cartoons


It is the events that infuriate, frustrate or confound us that make for the best cartoons. Here is a collection of this year's best.


2014: year of lost opportunities

2014: year of lost opportunities

The ICT sector went through many changes in 2014, with consolidation characterising business, the inexplicable separation of the Department of Communications, and lost opportunities along the way.




Huawei Ascend Mate 7
Huawei Ascend Mate 7 - balancing performance and power

Business users looking for a large smartphone with unrivalled battery life, will find the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 their best choice.

by Andre Schild


2013 meets 2014

ITWeb’s most popular columns in 2014

ITWeb reveals which columns were the most popular this year.


2013 meets 2014

Top Industry Insights

ITWeb looks back on what our most popular Industry Insights were this year.

BlackBerry third-quarter revenue falls more than expected

The company's shares fall 5.4% after it reports weaker than expected results.

Obama vows response to North Korea over Sony cyber attack

Barack Obama is set to respond ‘proportionately' to the North Korean attack on Sony.


2013 meets 2014

Stories that grabbed headlines this year

As 2014 draws to a close, ITWeb looks back on which stories garnered the most readers this year. In order of popularity, here are 2014’s most read articles.

Salary survey 2015

More ructions hit Eskom's IT unit?

Eskom has yet to confirm reports suggesting Sal Laher has been suspended.

Ellies comes in at a loss

Ellies experiences the toughest period in its 30-year existence.

'Swipe ads to earn points'

The new Thumbtom Android app pushes advertisements to smartphones and rewards users for interacting with them.

Google to go straight into car with next Android

The search giant aims to build its OS directly into cars.

Alcatel-Lucent shares jump 8% on Nokia merger report

Nokia, with its strength in wireless networks, could benefit from a tie-up with Alcatel-Lucent, with its fixed-line network assets.

EBay CEO to get $23m package after PayPal split

EBay executives will reap rewards when it splits from PayPal.

Washington to tackle hackers behind Sony attack

The US government fears other companies may come under attack and sees the issue as a matter of national security.

Tribunal approves IS, MWeb deal

The deal was approved on conditions already outlined by the Competition Commission.

CIO Zone

Multiple devices get jobs done Some 64% of employees do at least some work at home after business hours.



Is YouTube overlooked? YouTube is far more than a place to derive some comic relief from neon cats dancing on pianos.



Do you know where your nudes are? Security is your responsibility, irrespective of whether you're a corporate or personal user of cloud services.


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Green IT

Printers: load shedding got you down?
The ultra-low power consumption of Riso Comcolor devices means they will continue to run on UPS where no other printers can, says Riso.  
Konica Minolta SA forms three-way alliance to protect rhino orphans
The company has formed a three-way alliance to protect orphaned rhinos.
Algorithm reduces cloud energy usage
ViFiB deploys a resource allocation algorithm which it claims reduces energy usage of cloud computing by 30%.

Industry Insight

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