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Examining the roles of the project manager and business analyst.
Vodacom plans to take fixed-lines to consumers and businesses.
Telkom's erstwhile suitor, KT Corporation, is moving towards deploying 5G in South Korea.
The US agency is destroying democracy because it is collecting data on everyone in the world, says its former analyst, William Binney.
Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.
The operator expects stability to dominate the remainder of 2015, which has so far seen competition and regulatory challenges.
Although Huge Group posts flat revenue, it is showing improved operational margins.
End-users are juicy targets for hackers If end-users lack awareness about cyber attacks, they remain the weakest link in IT security, says Symantec.
Catching fire Lumkani: A device that saves lives.
Social media spurs privacy paradox People's idea of privacy is a subjective issue, says Maiendra Moodley.
Rolling out broadband to only eight municipalities in three years leaves SA pitifully short of achieving its goals.
It's too early to judge if the Cell C contract buyout offer will allow it to take market share from rivals, but competition is sorely needed.
The $4.4 billion deal will advance Verizon's growth ambitions in mobile video and advertising.
Cell C makes a mockery of its Take a Girl Child to Work Day campaign with the patriarchal ideas used to market it.
Chuck Robbins replaces long-time company veteran John Chambers as CEO.
The Red Bull Wings for Life World Run unites global athletes through mobile technology.
The US Department of Justice scuppers the $30 billion proposed merger of Tokyo Electron and Applied Materials.
A smart solution to SA's power woes could be at hand, but first Eskom needs to get the basic ICT infrastructure right.
SA's video-on-demand segment is in step with global trends.
Power over Ethernet is a feasible option for commercial and industrial applications beyond the boundaries of the corporate network.
There are a multitude of factors that can impact a business intelligence project's return on investment.
The secret to code that travels well – break it.
How to build information governance houses made of stone.
Fast data is old hat, but customers now demand it in innovative ways.
Universal connectivity provided by WiFi technology makes accessing and sharing data uncomplicated.
When coding strays into pidgin territory, hard-coded language rules will corrupt the text.