Tracking and isolating COVID-19 cases with WiFi technology
The traditional network’s security architecture is broken
The constant flood of new, often unmanaged devices pervading corporate networks means traditional security architecture is at the point of collapse.
Telcos set to get temporary spectrum during lockdown
The regulator and mobile operators look for ways to ease congestion and ensure good quality of broadband services during the nationwide lockdown.
Remote working to cause 10-fold increase in SA cyber attacks
South African networks face a 10-fold increase in attacks as businesses shift their workforce to remote working during the COVID-19 crisis, says Kaspersky Lab.
Ndabeni-Abrahams suggests hackathon to tackle coronavirus
The communications minister believes an online hackathon can find solutions to address the spread of COVID-19.
ITU seeks to maintain vital communications during COVID-19
The International Telecommunication Union sets out a strategy to enable and ensure communication availability during the phases of disaster.
SA’s telcos expect data usage boom as remote working becomes norm
Local telecoms operators are confident they can meet the mass increase in data demand, as workers and students go online to beat the spread of coronavirus.
FNB eWallet will be hard for telcos to beat, says CEO
The big four bank is not perturbed by telecommunications companies invading its space with mobile money offerings.