Sprint races to the finish
The company's shareholders approved its merger with Softbank, and it bought the remaining shares in Clearwire.
Innovation for Africa through intelligent networks
It is crucial for Africa to develop its own ICT skills and infrastructure, says Dr Andrew Hutchison, International Consulting & Solution Sales at T-Systems SA.
Demystifying steps to greener organisation
Video conferencing as part of an organisation's UC strategy to mitigate unnecessary travel is one way to a greener company, says Dr Andrew Hutchison, International Presales Management at T-Systems SA.
Mobility and the enterprise
Mobile device integration in the enterprise is no longer a choice; the question is how to secure them, says Andrew Hutchison, international consulting and solution sales management at T-Systems.
Demystifying steps to a greener organisation
ICT can be a major enabler for improving direct and indirect environmental issues, said Dr Andrew Hutchison, international presales management at T-Systems SA.
Connected cars drive future
The idea of vehicles communicating with their environments is no longer a pipe dream, says Dr Andrew Hutchison, expert for intelligent networks at T-Systems in SA.
SA hesitant on mobile adoption
While most businesses acknowledge the gains of mobility, they are reluctant to relinquish control, says T-Systems.
What's stopping the mobile workforce?
Local adoption to full-blown mobility is taking slightly longer than with international companies, says Dr Andrew Hutchison, head of process, quality and IT at T-Systems SA.
SA lets its fingers do the talking
Biometrics takes off in SA, thanks to govt and T&A projects, but RFID uptake is selective
Yes, no, maybe...
With VANS finally being allowed to self-provide, is there still a case for municipal broadband?
Busting the telco big-bang theory
The long-awaited licence conversion is unlikely to produce a plethora of new networks, but smaller players are grabbing the opportunity.