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By necessity, change management should be an ongoing initiative.
A fundamental tech shift sees companies forced to go digital, or fail.
Facebook's Internet.org offering will inevitably come to SA, but is unlikely to be openly welcomed by most operators.
A presidential proclamation is apparently being finalised that will put to rest jurisdictional questions.
Little is known about what Jimmy Manyi will do in his new role at the DOC, but the appointment gives him political clout.
The City of Cape Town will today begin a programme enabling motorists to use the SnapScan app to pay parking fees.
An international voice promotion sees calls to certain countries from 79c and an in-bundle discount for 49c calls to selected destinations.
Supporting excellence key focus at ICT awards Supporting, developing and nurturing talent and innovation are high on the agenda at this year's IITPSA President's Awards.
Virgin mobile has unveiled its strategy to boost subscriber numbers by offering subscribers free on-net calls.
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The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry wants tougher policy interventions, as copper theft increased by R1 million between August and September.
While etv confirms it is lobbying government to include set-top box controls, it denies having done so by selling out its editorial integrity.
While Africa presents massive growth potential, its emerging economies have only just started their e-commerce journey.
The National Broadband Advisory Council has seemingly achieved little since its inception and minister Siyabonga Cwele's commitment is being queried.
Consumers are spoilt for choice as the number of companies offering ways to access TV grows.
The UN's telecoms union shakes hands with SA's telecoms and postal services minister to test new approaches for sustainable rural connectivity.
Tim Cook becomes the most prominent American corporate leader to come out as gay, trading his privacy for the chance to help civil rights.
The group aims to raise R115 million to trim debt and fund working capital.
Making BI actually work The promise of business intelligence has been around seemingly forever, but delivery has been erratic.
Why bother? Digital TV is meant to enable a host of benefits, but by the time our country gets its act together, these will be moot.
iPhone 6 Plus: Two hands required We tested Apple’s biggest smartphone to see what you get for R10 999.
Faith Mathumbi's appointment of Jimmy Manyi as special advisor means we should brace ourselves for an onslaught of 'good news' from government.
The company paid Globalfoundries to buy its unprofitable chip-manufacturing unit, and reported poor quarterly figures.
The hard part is admitting you have a problem at all.
The merger talks between the two companies have been formally terminated.
Shrien Dewani is the latest case in point of how your online past can come back to haunt you.
Hewlett-Packard is splitting the company into two separately listed units, with annual revenue of just under $56 billion each.
Digital TV is meant to enable a host of benefits, but by the time our country gets its act together, these will be moot.
While reader comments are an essential element of online dialogue, Internet trolls increasingly inundate these forums with slander and nastiness.
Pill searches for cancer
We round up trends from across the globe that had us scratching our heads.
Schneider Electric off-grid, on-profit solutions to create social change in African rural communities
The company aims to create access to energy for 20 000 Africans by the end of this year.
iPrint or iPAD?
Maybe it is time to think before we don't print, says Leon Minnie, product manager: production systems at Konica Minolta South Africa.
Astute marketing companies will be able to measure customers in real-time.
In the digital age, when customers are using digital channels, marketing and IT can no longer be seen as separate.
Change management should be an ongoing initiative, with checks and balances continually monitoring the solution.
Write software with translation in mind (or risk starting over).
Decision-makers must explore the immediate and long-term impact of which systems to include in a disaster recovery plan.
What companies must do to prepare for the Protection of Personal Information Act.
Banks spend billions of rands on customer education, training users to prevent them from becoming victims.
Quick wins, even on a small scale, become the catalyst to building momentum in enterprise architecture.