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R6.55bn deal finalised.
Security is often ineffective because it is not focused on the right issues.
New digital services are addressing some of Africa’s most critical challenges.
Cell C's empowerment partner CellSAf says it was not consulted on the Blue Label Telecoms deal and is prepared to go to court to fight it.
National Treasury looks to relax the exchange control regulation of intellectual property, omitting the Reserve Bank's involvement in the process.
Cash Paymaster Services will find itself in a favourable position if the court approves the extension of its current invalid social service payment contract.
Last year saw a drop in the global fintech investment market, with a 47% slide in investment from 2015, says KPMG.
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ITWeb journalist Lauren Kate Rawlins reports from Barcelona, Spain.
Verizon buys Yahoo Internet business Verizon agrees to buy Yahoo's core Internet business for $4.48 billion, a $350 million cut to the original price.
The big deal about fake news What makes the current fake news phenomenon more frightening is that there is no specific force behind it, writes James Francis.
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.
Companies are looking for flexible contracts, reduced costs and the agility to adapt to new technology trends.
Security initiatives often end up being ineffective because they are not focused on the right issues.
New digital services are addressing some of the continent's most critical challenges.
Supporting an effective, integrated approach to application security.
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Enterprise resource planning applications are central to any application portfolio and should be protected at all costs.
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The quest to establish a world-class Information Regulator SA's Information Regulator members are committed to making the office fully operational in a year's time, said Sizwe Snail ka Mtuze.
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.