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The tech revolution blurs the lines in the new reality of the app economy.
Global expansion is costly and risky for ride-hailing app Uber.
Dell will purchase data storage company EMC for about $67 billion, the largest deal on record in the technology sector.
A global real estate investment firm founded by South Africans plans to empower a billion people by 2020 by using crowdfunding in real estate.
The undersea cable company focuses on corporate South Africa with a push into the enterprise market.
The South African Internet Service Providers' Association plans to raise awareness about online security among Internet users.
The frozen-yoghurt company puts its loyalty programme on a smartphone app, doing away with the need for a physical card.
Photon Platform introduced This will allow automation-savvy devops teams to speed the creation of thousands of new containers per minute, says VMware.
The IOT revolution How do you know a topic is really topical? Just count the big names who show up to talk about it.
Tired of women in tech Gender stereotypes will not be solved by having women-only events, writes Joanne Carew.
SA CIOs meet growing challenges head-on The Brainstorm CIO Survey 2015 shows a marked shift in CIO perceptions.
Apple buys an artificial intelligence start-up that could help make iPhone users' Siri interactions more natural.
Let's have this conversation ladies, and then let's actually do something.
Invention start-up company Quirky filed for Chapter 11 relief and put its smart home platform Wink up for sale.
Shenzhen produces 90% of the world's consumer electronics; however, visitors won't be able to tweet about it.
The company will cut about 30 000 jobs, as it seeks to put the doomed EDS acquisition behind it.
Telkom is to begin the long-awaited process of local loop unbundling.
Indian authorities look into possible market abuse by the Internet search giant.
The Ashley Madison hack says more about society than it does about the platform itself.
The tech revolution blurs the lines in the new reality of the app economy, where all companies are in the software business.
Data hygiene ensures a data warehouse is populated with accurate and complete data.
Governance is still the biggest hurdle in the race to effective business intelligence.
The business case for master data management and data quality.
The expected uptake of Wave2 technology will change the way many networks are designed and implemented.
Doing more for women, faster, is the role of ICT in SA.
Canonical data breaks down data into its simplest form, while still meeting business requirements.
The application programming interface is the ideal solution for innovation in the application economy.