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WhatsApp now officially connects one in every seven people worldwide.
Cloud business intelligence has the power to open doors for SMEs.
Contractors involved in the rollout of broadband in the Western Cape refuse to work in priority areas as crime threatens their lives.
Disgruntled workers lodge a complaint against SITA with the Public Protector, alleging maladministration and wasteful expenditure.
Online sales platforms including Amazon, eBay, Google, and Yahoo are all complicit in online ivory sales, willingly or not.
The app service will soon be available at The Pavilion in Durban and Thrupps in Johannesburg shopping centres.
SA's recycling initiative creates a mobile game to drive education about the opportunities that can be found in waste management.
The lowdown on the cyber security Bill The legislation is needed to protect the country against cyber crime, but in its current state is too legalistic and complicated, says an attorney.
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Fibre forges ahead FTTH made great inroads in 2015, with more of the same to be expected this year.
The company bought Aperto, a German-based digital agency, and ecx.io, a full-service digital agency.
Technology generally makes things easier, but at the recent Mumford and Sons concert it left much to be desired.
One of the companies will house Xerox's hardware operations, and the other its services business.
The company buys iSight Partners for $200 million, in a move designed to boost its cyber intelligence offerings.
Ricardo Martinelli is one of several alleged co-conspirators in a bribery scheme that helped SAP sell millions of dollars in software to Panama.
Online platforms give our words a wider audience. But is this a good thing?
It has been a tough year for the ICT industry with overall worldwide ICT spending down as a result of the strong US dollar and some immense fluctuations on the key stock markets.
The company will finally hand over the more than $548 million it owes for infringing the patents and designs of Apple.
Building "ivory towers" puts the enterprise architecture practice in jeopardy.
The rate at which agility can be used to create services is crucial to survival in the application economy.
Adding more bandwidth, without addressing and optimising the way a network functions, is a futile exercise.
Will legislation, in the form of the Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill, reduce the risk associated with cyber crime?
Cloud business intelligence has the power to open doors for small to medium-sized companies.
If the cloud is optimised, companies can benefit from current technology investments and skills.
The 1996 Telecommunications Act gave Telkom an exclusive fixed-line licence, and consumers continue to pay for this poor policy.
Perceived high costs, complexity and the lack of a big data game-plan hamper adoption in many local businesses.