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Single wholesale networks merit further stakeholder dialogue.
In corporate SA, 'green IT' often sails under false colours.
Delays in making digital TV a reality in SA are crippling local electronics manufacturers, say local producers and an industry body.
Gauteng's Department of Education appoints EduSolution to supply tablets and smartboards to schools despite its dodgy track record.
Around 75% of SA's 10 000 semi-public WiFi hotspots are located in the main metro areas, with Tshwane leading the way.
More than 1 000 learners at Rusthof Secondary School will have access to e-learning devices in the new knowledge centre.
Nedbank buys R65 million worth of teller cash recyclers from Bytes Managed Solutions.
The almost R18.8 million paid to suspended CFO Jacques Schindehütte was in line with his employment contract, says the telco.
The second annual Break.Make.Create Hackathon will take place this year in Johannesburg, under the theme 'Nine to Five'.
The Government Printing Works' new bulletin design encounters a hitch this week, resulting in confusion.
The social platform adds new security controls that allow users to see where they are logged in and to remotely log out.
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IOT will see many more attacks, recalls and embarrassment across industries.
The company finalised its $48.5 billion acquisition of DirecTV.
Superficially concerned corporate culture often contradicts the progressive environmental strides made by tech companies.
The company has joined the S&P 500 index after the completion of its spinoff from eBay.
We risk the double whammy of dissuading investors, and falling behind industrially.
While labour unions are putting up a brave fight, the continuing retrenchment bloodbath within the telecoms sector seems unavoidable.
The company vows to spend $1 billion through corporate acquisitions, venture capital investments and education programmes.
From bailouts to potato salad – everything seems to be crowdfunded these days.
Companies use data lakes as a landing place to hold large volumes of data in their original form.
No really, what is hyper-convergence, in real terms?
South Africa is ranked 14th in the world for illegal downloads.
Companies in the mobile first world must allow mission-critical services to run in the cloud.
Mobility gives users freedom, improves productivity and encourages a sense of pride.
Virtual copy data management is a modern alternative to traditional backup.
Ironically, software-defined networking variants flooding the market are proving counterproductive to success.
The tale of big and open data is growing exponentially, to become an epic saga.