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Examining the roles of the project manager and business analyst.
Where does Telkom’s broadband designation leave Broadband Infraco?
CZ Electronics shrugs off suggestions of impropriety, as it prepares to hit the market with a range of locally produced tablets and handsets next month.
Analysts call for more rural broadband, and better policies, to be detailed in tomorrow's budget speech.
There is no loophole government can use to justify the lack of a tender process, say industry watchers.
ITWeb investigates: SA firm to buck trend with local devices CZ Electronics shrugs off suggestions of impropriety, as it prepares to hit the market with a range of locally produced tablets and handsets next month.
ITWeb news analysis editor Jon Tullett takes an in-depth look at Lenovo’s ghastly malware mistake.
Governance failure: SA at risk Political instability, power crisis, corruption, and overly prescriptive regulation threaten the country's governance capabilities, says CGF Research Institute.
ITWeb Security Summit turns 10 The 2015 summit will take place in Johannesburg from 26-28 May.
Taming the Python At 12 years old, Sam Berger may just be the youngest technology entrepreneur in SA.
The company will spin-off its video and audio unit into a separate subsidiary later this year.
And while you're at it, bring back the transparency and accountability as well.
Love it or hate it, Uber is laughing all the way to the bank.
The company has agreed to pay a fine of $975 million, ending a government investigation into anti-competitive practices.
Considering the state of the nation, it is unlikely ICT will get any meaningful airtime in the State of the Nation Address.
The man behind the infamous darknet market Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, has been convicted on multiple charges. To many, however, he is a hero.
After 94 years in business, the tech company has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
If modernisation doesn't take the pain out of dealing with officialdom, then why did home affairs spend all that money?
Dell brings technology access and education to underserved communities with new solar-powered Learning Labs
The company will expand its solar-powered Learning Labs across SA to include new sites in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Sedibeng.
Australia presents first 3D-printed jet engine
The manufacturing breakthrough by engineers at Monash University could lead to cheaper, lighter and more fuel-efficient jets.
Onsight mobile sales app cuts Level Ground Trading's carbon footprint, boosts efficiency for fair trade
The mobile sales suite and electronic product catalogue developed by Maxxor has had positive impacts on many companies worldwide.
When it comes to performance, the leaders in the application economy are putting the laggards in the shade.
All-pervasive WiFi connectivity gains momentum as Wave 2's multi-user MIMO technology enhances network efficiency.
Companies can mitigate risks by adopting security policies and solutions to ensure the safety of their data.
Companies are struggling to achieve value in the brave new world of the application economy.
SA is extremely vulnerable in dealing with electronic methods of intelligence collection.
Software-defined hype is fast gaining traction to become software-defined reality.
What are the factors that will influence the uptake of mobile in South African banking?
Companies must deliver superior user experiences to survive and thrive in the application economy.