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Government must come clean about its e-toll shenanigans.
A BI solution that provides competitive-edge is essential.
City councillors are expected to clash with the mayoral committee tonight over the R1.2 billion buyout of the Johannesburg Broadband Network Project.
Market watchers believe job cuts will affect hundreds of workers below management level this year.
The country will pay a hefty socio-economic price for missing the ITU deadline for broadband digital migration, as the issue goes beyond TV.
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The National Tender Bulletin delivers a nicely balanced portfolio of announcements this week.
Deloitte's predictions for 2015 Including: the Internet of things, phone batteries, 3D printing and drones.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha - Closed for business Compact, durable, lightweight. What is not to like?
SA fails to make the grade ITWeb Brainstorm sets up an industry initiative to pool skills development projects and help alleviate the crisis.
If yesterday's outage triggered any moment of clarity, it's that our online lifeline might not be around forever.
The deal is worth $15.4 billion and is subject to regulatory approval in the UK.
Unless government comes clean about its e-toll shenanigans, it's unlikely the public will buy into the concept, no matter what the format.
Authorities crack down on modern day buccaneers using the Web to facilitate their secret activities.
The company's Oculus VR bought Nimble VR and 13th Lab, and it added QuickFire and wit.ai to its shopping cart.
There is a silver lining to the lower maths and science passes that will only shine through after many years.
Signs from 2014 are encouraging, showing SA is headed in the right direction to take advantage of increased connectivity.
Mergers, acquisitions, listings and de-listings – it all happened in 2014.
With a renewed global interest in space exploration, the possibilities are endless.
Eskom, govt drag feet on distributed generators
Lack of will to create a working framework to enable distributed generators in SA holds back progress, says SAPVIA.
SA start-up heads to UK smart city project
Mellowcabs is among 12 initial finalists who will test their tech in a UK smart city development.
Gartner predicts 4.9bn connected 'things' by 2015
By 2020, 250 million connected vehicles will enable new in-vehicle services and driving capabilities.
What is the rationale behind the sovereign and corporate industrial espionage strategic intent, and how it is done?
More focused and purposeful information will give companies greater customer insight.
Industrial espionage is a huge economic activity involving both state and private business entities.
It is imperative to understand the decision-making process and how this can impact a company.
Virtual desktop infrastructure implementation requires change, something that can open up room for error.
Either commit to a full-blown Web chat deployment, or don't deploy the solution at all.
Sound data management processes and effective search technology are the keys to unlocking and benefiting from dark data.
802.11ac WiFi boosts bandwidth speed by supplying wider frequency bands and faster processing with multiple antennas.