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SA is far behind international counterparts when it comes to TV.
Business analysts must ensure communication between IT and business.
Contract prices will become more competitive as operators seek to lock in end-users for two years.
An apparent drop-off in users does not mean Twitter's star is fading.
The company sells its subscriber base back to MTN and Vodacom in a R2.26 billion deal.
Executive leaves position after eight years at the company.
The company issues 4.4 million shares to two new black partners.
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The new multimedia training centre, in Alexandra, will focus on maths, science and IT education for school pupils and community members.
As of next month, Cell C customers will pay 99c per MB out-of-bundle, up 560% from the current rate of 15c.
The operator enlists the help of SA's specialist crime-fighting unit in light of an ongoing spate of robberies at its outlets.
Registering a new portal on the top-level domain will require a lot of homework to avoid an intellectual property challenge.
Former BlackBerry employees drive a start-up boom in Canada's Silicon Valley, even as troubles continue for the smartphone maker.
The city says its fibre optic network has reached the point where it is robust and extensive enough to be leveraged off by the private sector.
News, trends and information related to the upcoming general elections will be available from the online portal, the Internet giant says.
The French mobile operator plans a string of initiatives to cement its presence in SA this year and into 2015.
Heaven can wait South African enterprises are holding back from heading to the cloud or outsourcing their data centres because they’re trying to extract return on their investments in existing infrastructure.
The future is syndicated, integrated, volatile The CIO stands at the junction of consumer-driven demand and enterprise capability, and what seems revolutionary today becomes best practice tomorrow.
Why is SA's technology retail stuck in the 90s?
The company acquired SFR, France's second-largest telecommunications operator, for €17 billion.
Several ICT companies are setting rather good examples on how not to do things when it comes to looking after shareholders.
It's round two for the smartphone giants, as Apple seeks $2 billion in a fresh patent battle against Samsung.
The MTR saga is just another instance that makes ICASA look like a toothless watchdog.
The social media giant spends $2 billion on the maker of virtual reality headsets and the team behind UK-based Ascenta.
Is consistent and driven leadership the missing ingredient in government-led IT initiatives?
Does the spectacle around the Oscar Pistorius trial actually do anyone any good?
BCX gears up for African demand
The group's international unit reports a loss in the first half, but the situation has been remedied.
Google buys drone-maker
The Web search giant acquires solar-powered drone-maker Titan to further its efforts to deliver Internet access to remote regions.
Schneider Electric SA appoints Bernhard Klöss to lead its Industry Business in southern Africa
Bernhard Klöss has joined the company as director of Industry Business in southern Africa.
Tapping into data generated by wearable devices is the next big step in marketing.
The mainframe as an instrument of change is as relevant today as ever.
The BA must act as a bridge for two-way communication between IT and the business objectives it supports.
A major challenge is to implement networks with the infrastructure needed to meet escalating capacity demands.
How network functions virtualisation will standardise cloud infrastructures.
Shifting the culture to information-based decision-making requires an effective change management strategy.
The law is a stumbling block to the deployment of ICT infrastructure by the provincial government.
Crystal-balling five IT requirements for business in the future.