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Tapping into township broadband spend sparks new wave of competition.
SA’s newest MVNO brings a dose of reality to the mobile market.
SA's newest mobile entrant has set itself realistic targets, but analysts cannot agree on whether that is enough to steal market share.
Amid a flurry of free WiFi offerings, Vodacom seeks to tap into township spend, sparking a new wave of competition.
Cheaper – even "free" – cellphone calls could be in the offing if SA's operators opt to follow international players with WiFi calling.
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The CIO, ephemeralised Taming technology to reduce employee frustration and drive productivity.
The company decides to drop its $45.2 billion bid for Time Warner Cable.
As SA's digital broadcast migration process stumbles yet again, it is clear no real progress will be made until a leader emerges.
The company makes a powerful move into the healthcare sector with the acquisitions of Explorys and Phytel.
As long as celebrities and phone manufacturers keep encouraging the inane craze, the selfie is here to stay.
In the largest leverage buyout deal this year, Permira Advisors and Canada Plan Investment Board buy Informatica for $5.3 billion.
The online backlash in response to recent events represents an alarmingly unhealthy relationship with change.
Setumo Mohapi's deployment to the embattled State IT Agency shows SA really doesn't have enough good leaders to go around.
Local providers are out of their depth. Many are going to drown.
How to build information governance houses made of stone.
Fast data is old hat, but customers now demand it in innovative ways.
Universal connectivity provided by WiFi technology makes accessing and sharing data uncomplicated.
When coding strays into pidgin territory, hard-coded language rules will corrupt the text.
BI struggles to respond rapidly to the business need, even when attempting agile development.
The move to cloud requires a mindset change, as security fears impinge on adoption.
Don't code for one set of regional formats or for every region from the ground up.
Linking analytics to decision-making is imperative in order to drive performance.