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4:50
6 hours ago

Trends shaping the future of banking

Most banks have moved up their digital strategies and there have been a host of new innovations coming on-stream since COVID-19, says Altron Managed Solutions.

3:30
6 hours ago

Satcom business model challenges

Why large-scale LEO and GEO networks needs a new approach.

4:10

E-commerce skyrockets, physical retail plummets during Black Friday

South Africa’s e-commerce sector reported a dramatic uptick in sales during the Black Friday weekend, while brick-and-mortar sales plummeted.

2:40
Yesterday

DDOS ‘tax’ adds to an organisation’s attack burden, says NETSCOUT

DDOS attacks by threat actors don’t only have a negative effect on businesses and their customers – they also take up quantities of Internet bandwidth without paying for it.

1:30
Yesterday

HeroTel notches up 100 000 fixed broadband subscribers

The fibre and wireless broadband services provider attracts 55 000 more customers to reach the 100 000 mark, securing a third-place market position.

4:30

Unhappy Black Friday shoppers sceptical about Cyber Monday

South Africans are sceptical about Cyber Monday specials after Black Friday deals failed to impress discount-obsessed shoppers.

5:10

Technology helps ‘democratise’ education system

Technology has been a critical enabler in democratising decision-making in the education sector, says New Leaders Foundation’s Ayanda Mtanyana.

4:10
Monday

MTN, Telkom downgrades to have minimal impact

An analyst expects minimal near-term impact on the telecoms sector, given the strong industry profit growth in this environment.

3:20

2020 Science Forum to ignite conversations virtually

The Department of Science and Innovation confirms its science forum will be hosted virtually, as the coronavirus continues to limit physical gatherings.

4:10
Monday

ICASA wants emergency spectrum fees after telcos’ stellar results

The regulator asks telcos to pay for the emergency spectrum issued during the COVID-19 disaster regulations.

5:30

Black Friday: False advertising to escalate as millions flock online

Deceptive and unethical online marketing practices are poised to increase this year, as some online retailers stop at nothing to recoup previously lost revenue.