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Retrenchments will worsen Telkom’s already appalling client service.
Local firm CZ Electronics shrugs off suggestions of impropriety.
Despite the mobile operator saying its 2014 results reflect a challenging year, MTN reports group revenue grew 6.4% during the period.
The operator has no choice but to play catch-up if it wants to survive and remain relevant to SA's mobile consumers at large.
The company seduces local pundits with ‘six appeal' as it brings "something altogether new" with Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
The Internet service provider has introduced its new fibre-to-the-home packages, in accordance with planned fibre line rollout by Telkom.
Pieter Bensch has taken up the role, which was held by Frank van Rees for five years.
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POPI complicates BI, data analytics The new act will enforce strict information processing principles, says privacy advisor Russell Opland.
'Security is not a primary concern' As vendors rush to create devices for the Internet of things, security is overlooked.
SANs to become obsolete Storage area networks were built for the physical data centre and are not a good fit for virtual environments, says VMware.
The company has been ordered to pay $532.9 million for the violation of three patents owned by Smartflash.
The telco's inability to provide a service will only worsen when more staff exit its employ.
The company will spin-off its video and audio unit into a separate subsidiary later this year.
And while you're at it, bring back the transparency and accountability as well.
Love it or hate it, Uber is laughing all the way to the bank.
The company has agreed to pay a fine of $975 million, ending a government investigation into anti-competitive practices.
Considering the state of the nation, it is unlikely ICT will get any meaningful airtime in the State of the Nation Address.
The man behind the infamous darknet market Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, has been convicted on multiple charges. To many, however, he is a hero.
After 94 years in business, the tech company has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
German automakers shift to high-end electric cars
The country's carmakers shift focus, in the latest effort to revive environmentally-friendly but unpopular zero-emission vehicles.
SA's power uncertainties demand green initiatives
Many green initiatives are at a macro level, looking at things like cutting building power usage or emissions from factories, says Lexmark.
Facebook adds gender identity options
We round up this week's top six trends from across the globe that piqued our interest or had us scratching our heads.
Data-driven marketing is concerned with having a meaningful impact on the recipient.
Companies are being hindered by outmoded network and security operations.
Passive data contains information to help businesses analyse behaviour and predict preferences.
When it comes to performance, the leaders in the application economy are putting the laggards in the shade.
All-pervasive WiFi connectivity gains momentum as Wave 2's multi-user MIMO technology enhances network efficiency.
Companies can mitigate risks by adopting security policies and solutions to ensure the safety of their data.
Companies are struggling to achieve value in the brave new world of the application economy.
SA is extremely vulnerable in dealing with electronic methods of intelligence collection.