IT event highlights economic uncertainty
The outlook for 2008 is grim, but there are pockets of opportunity for IT.
Telkom takes defensive action
The operator aims to increase its national core bandwidth potential by 1 000% and metro bandwidth capacity by 1 600%.
Government to spend R45bn
Increased expenditure partly driven by 2010 ICT infrastructure spend, says ForgeAhead.
Indian retailers shy away from IT
In this World Wide Wrap: Indian retailers shy away from IT, China market wide open, and CyberSource acquires Authorize.
$120bn tech spend for retailers
In this World Wide Wrap: $120bn tech spend for retailers; Infinity uses retail tech; and IBM lends green hand.
Technology boosts retailer profits
In this World Wide Wrap: Technology boosts retailer profits, what a mesh, and luxury tech store opens.
Metrologic captures data in Windows
In this World Wide Wrap: Metrologic captures data in Windows, RedPrairie scores RAD award, and Coupons brings Clip to retailers.
SME's and SOA key for retail industry
In this World Wide Wrap: SME's and SOA key for retail industry; Retalix scores lucrative BP contract; 7- Eleven sticks with EDS
WiMax may threaten 2010 broadcasts
WiMax deployments could interfere with 2010 broadcasts, says the VSAT Forum.
Winners revealed at MS gala dinner
In this World Wide Wrap: Winners revealed at Microsoft gala dinner, Brick 'n Click debuts for retailers, and City Blue implements Alpha solution.
Boost for point-of-sale security
In this World Wide Wrap: Boost for point-of-sale security, Claire's installs global retail solution, and Direct adds search capabilities for customers.