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SA wants smart grids

Government aims to run a smart power and water meter pilot project in 12 municipalities to make sure consumers cough up.

The plan is seen as overly ambitious, and it could cost taxpayers up to R20 billion.


SA's electronic signature use gathers pace

Recent advances in electronic signatures have made them more attractive to a wider audience, says ARX.


Panda Security introduces Endpoint Protection 7.2

Endpoint Protection and Endpoint Protection Plus both include anti-malware for Android devices.


Dell grows education solutions portfolio

The Dell Chromebook 11 makes classroom collaboration easy, with an innovative and durable design, the company says.


Layered defences vital for infosec

Product-focused implementations will lead to monetary losses, says MWR InfoSecurity SA.


Railroad fibre to bring connectivity to schools

The Kolok Education Solution will use existing railroad fibre infrastructure to provide schools across SA with connectivity.


China steps up military drone research

The country ups research into military drones as its arms industry looks to increase export volumes.


Dell introduces server powerhouse

The expansion of its 13th generation PowerEdge servers, including the PowerEdge R930, is designed for demanding enterprise applications.


Traditional backup tech under stress

Data volumes are growing due to IOT and big data, while the time allocated for backups is shrinking, says Actifio SA.

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