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Ramaphosa promises spectrum action

In his first SONA tonight, President Cyril Ramaphosa said government will finalise engagements with telcos to ensure the allocation of spectrum.

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MS Azure comes to rescue of on-the-brink rhinos

Microsoft Azure is a hi-tech artificial intelligence solution for the age-old rhino poaching problem, which saw over a thousand of the animals killed in SA last year.

Virtually experience sights, sounds of great migration

The Maasai Mara wildebeest crossing has been captured in virtual reality by a South African team and is available for public viewing this weekend.

SA begins countdown to social grant drama

Net1 CEO Herman Kotze cautions that the new SASSA paymaster needs to maintain integrity of the verification systems to save government billions.

Curbing Day Zero one tech at a time

Capetonians continue with desperate attempts to find digital solutions to mitigate Day Zero, despite the day being pushed out to 4 June.

Africa shackled to fossil fuels until 2033

Friday

Renewable energy will emerge victorious in Africa only in 2033 or later, even though renewable economics are unquestionably already improving.

Altron lands R585m deal to link Limpopo

Friday

The Limpopo government appoints Altron's Altech Radio Holdings to establish an affordable, secure, open access broadband network.

Kaspersky, ITU-T strengthen IOT security

Friday

Attacks on cyber-physical systems can affect not only the information aspects, but also functional safety, says Kaspersky Lab.

Data-driven decision-making is 'lazy talk'

We need information-informed evaluations that allow decision-makers to explore the meaning of the underlying facts, says 9sight Consulting.

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Tencent gets its game on

The company invests $474 million in Shanda Games, a privately held Chinese developer of online games.

Uncle Sam wants you

Ripped jeans, ponytails, dev geeks - a disruptive, innovative and technical breed of test consultant is on the way...

On-the-job training with IA

Intelligence augmentation has the power to transform labour markets forever.

Craving a human touch

Data humanisation contextualises the data in order to make customer interactions more natural.

Love, compassion and other lessons from WEF 2018

With a well-timed focus on "creating a shared future in a fractured world", WEF 2018 also addressed the cyber-powered elephant in the room.

Cover your tracks

Your digital footprint is as clear an indication of your activities as your actual footprint; ensure you stay on the right path.

Why data loss prevention should be top priority

31 Jan

DLP solutions build extra layers of protection against data theft using deep content analysis and identification techniques.

Expanding data horizons

Attempting to find purposeful insights in data could be futile, unless you correlate those (often siloed) insights objectively.

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Blockchain: Past, present and future

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