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Enterprise players must start batting on the mobility field.
Telkom steals Cell C’s rusty consumer champion trophy.
The cellular operator's latest bond raising – putting total outstanding euro bonds at R5.5 billion – makes a buyout look increasingly likely.
The court ruling, supporting government's decision to not encrypt set-top boxes, means there are no more digital migration excuses.
The High Court has dismissed etv's application against the communication minister's latest amendment to the digital TV policy, clearing the way for migration.
Statistics SA indicators fail to give insight into the value of the ICT sector.
Businesses can use the static IP addresses over mobile for applications like VOIP, CCTV and VPN.
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Western Cape tech salaries Gauteng pays the highest IT salaries, on average, but in-demand skills such as mobility earn more in the Western Cape.
Procurement: more than just buying tech Buying technology for a company is a tricky business.
Microsoft's mobile strategy impresses despite some key shortcomings.
The video streaming company's shares rose more than 2% in extended trading after it approved a 7-for-1 stock split.
Government needs to stop hindering the ICT community and become an economic enabler before it's too late.
A year after Nokia was sold to Microsoft, Stephen Elop leaves the company.
SA has today officially failed to make the ITU digital migration deadline, but who will ultimately carry the cost of this fiasco?
Dick Costolo resigns from his position effective 1 July, while Jack Dorsey, co-founder of the micro-blogging platform, returns as interim CEO.
Avago, Charter Communications and Intel prove to be big spenders.
The situation described in George Orwell's novel 1984 may be a little closer to home than we realise.
Ironically, software-defined networking variants flooding the market are proving counterproductive to success.
The tale of big and open data is growing exponentially, to become an epic saga.
Third-party providers can't be used for storing and distributing certain corporate information.
Undertaking decision audits can improve the success of analytics implementations.
It is critical for enterprise players to start batting on the mobility field.
Selling a data governance programme to a company's internal audience is not so simple.
Is our fascination with measurement the very reason we fail to provide great personal service experiences?
As end-users jump in with both feet, practical guidelines to ensure security and privacy should be remembered.