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More mobile devices invade SA workplaces

The majority of South African organisations are allowing more personal devices in their workplace, a survey finds.


Vodacom low-cost tablet drives MEA growth

The operator's own-branded, sub-R1 000 tablet contributed to the region's highest ever rate of growth during Q4 2014, says IDC.


Brother debuts A3-capable printers

The business-minded inkjet Multi-Function Centres are aimed at home offices and small businesses.


Parsec moves to new facility

The group moved into its custom-designed facilities in Route 21 Corporate Park, Irene.


WatchGuard scoops Network Computing Awards prizes

The business was named Company of the Year at the 2015 Network Computing Awards, and won Best Hardware Product of the Year. [Local rep: Robinson Distribution]


Tactile Technologies wins Elo award

The official distributor of Elo Touch Solutions in sub-Saharan Africa won the Elo 'EMEA Distributor of the Year' award for 2014.


Intel in talks to buy Altera

If the $10 billion deal goes through, it will be Intel's biggest purchase and the latest merger in the quickly-consolidating semiconductor sector.


Alienware Alpha shatters gaming barriers

The gaming console from Alienware is available at Dion Wired stores across SA. [Local rep: Dell]


Digital migration to be reviewed, again

A review would be economically disastrous for the ICT sector, and set the industry back several years.

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