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Glenda Wheeler Power couple

Examining the roles of the project manager and business analyst.

Telecoms Targeting Telkom

Vodacom plans to take fixed-lines to consumers and businesses.

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The National Security Agency seeks to monitor the location of everybody in the world who uses a device, says William Binney.
The National Security Agency seeks to monitor the location of everybody in the world who uses a device, says William Binney.
Binney: the NSA is destroying democracy

The US agency is destroying democracy because it is collecting data on everyone in the world, says its former analyst, William Binney.

Govt admits SITA needs work

New SITA CEO Setumo Mohapi was hand-picked by DTPS to turn the entity around.

The telecoms department admits an entity critical to ICT rollout has a lot of internal problems and is hindering government objectives.

One year on: DTPS mired by lack of action

The building blocks are in place for the DTPS to do great things, all that is needed is action.

As the new ICT ministry turns one, industry experts call for decisive action and less discussion and red tape.

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ITWeb Security Summit 2015

ITWeb journalists report from Midrand.

There has been a 150% increase in the number of DDOS attacks in the last 18 months in Africa, says Vernon Fryer, CTSO at Vodacom. SA a target for DDOS There has been a major increase in the number of DDOS attacks in Africa recently, says Vodacom.

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MTN 'working tirelessly' on service issues

The operator apologises for recent service disruptions, which it puts down to recent strike action. 

Online streaming should be taxed: PwC

PricewaterhouseCoopers is calling on government to tax "digital giants" that stream content.

MTN heads for perfect storm

The operator takes strain in Nigeria and South Africa as two of its biggest markets face turmoil.

Mozilla U-turns low-cost smartphone tack

The non-profit reportedly abandons its super-low-cost smartphone ambitions in light of fierce competition.

PC prices remain stable

The continued weakness of the rand has not led to a surge in the cost of computing equipment, says AxizWorkgroup.


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Security Summit 2015

Five top security experimentation tools Great Scott Gadgets founder Michael Ossmann explores the open source hardware tools experts can use to discover potential vulnerabilities.


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