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Enterprise resource planning applications should be protected at all costs.
Pansy Tlakula's ambitious plans for the new Information Regulator.
The Facebook-owned messaging application establishes itself as a mass-market service among mobile data users in the region.
Government commits to bringing down the cost to communicate this year, although it has yet to outline how this will be achieved.
The local industry believes implementation of the new code will provide new impetus to transformation activity in the sector.
Pansy Tlakula, chairperson of SA's Information Regulator, sets the end of the year as her target to have the compliance body up and running.
A planned auction process for spectrum in the 700MHz, 800MHz and 2.6GHz bands has been deferred "until further notice" by the authority.
Research shows high-impact entrepreneurs have a direct effect on job creation in the areas in which they operate.
BlackBerry takes Nokia to court BlackBerry files a patent infringement lawsuit against Nokia, demanding royalties on the Finnish company's mobile network products.
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.
Selling sunlight Enter Sun Exchange - a peer-to-peer funding platform for solar power.
Supporting an effective, integrated approach to application security.
You're on the home stretch to implementing a cloud BI solution - but first consider your solution implementation options.
Enterprise resource planning applications are central to any application portfolio and should be protected at all costs.
What is IT management as a service and why are there so many fears surrounding this solution?
In a world of shares, likes and selfies, is it unfashionable to ask for more discretion?
Companies must formulate an advance plan of action for any positive or negative findings that come from data analytics.
Many companies are not equipped for the metamorphosis about to hit the business world.
Technology can help break the stranglehold of the South African skills crisis.
The benefits of adopting and implementing standards Standards development has been one of the most important activities that I have undertaken to "keep the blade sharp".
BI attracts the naturally curious Data is unpredictable, and that attracts people who are comfortable with uncertainty, says founder of Third Nature, Mark Madsen.
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.