Bend me, fold me, any way you want me
Foldable and rollable; there are some new dynamic screen technologies coming to the device market, but will they be a hit?
Seeing is believing
Remote monitoring and a universal controller in the data centre are vital, says Matthew Bezuidenhout, an electrical engineer at Digital Parks Africa.
New timeframes for delivery of NSFAS student laptops
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme will receive the first batch of laptops promised to qualifying students in April, reveals minister Dr Blade Nzimande.
Ethical behaviour in software development
On an organisational level, Codes of Ethics need to give voice to an organisation’s values and inform ethical decision-making, says BBD.
IITPSA earmarks multimillion-rand budget to strengthen ICT sector
The Institute of IT Professionals South Africa commits 50% of its annual income to tech-driven initiatives and programmes to further develop the tech sector.
Getting greener and cleaner with Dell Technologies, Pinnacle ICT
For Global Recycling Day on 18 March, Pinnacle and Dell urge consumers to bring old tech to any of the seven Pinnacle branches to be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally-friendly manner.
South Africa among countries most sceptical about 5G
Many are still cynical about the next-generation tech, routinely searching online to query 5G’s safety and its connection to COVID-19, despite these concerns being debunked as fallacies.
Alviva’s ICT distribution segment drives revenue
The unit, which is made up of Axiz, Obscure, Pinnacle and VH Fibre, delivered “sensible returns” in the six months ended December, says Alviva.
Minister Nzimande in data talks with telcos as academic year looms
The minister is engaging with MTN, Telkom, Vodacom and Cell C, with the intention that data becomes accessible to students.
NSFAS to hand over COVID-19 relief laptops next year
Higher education, science and innovation minister Dr Blade Nzimande apologises to the intended recipients, saying the holdup is regrettable.
ICT tenders: Higher education and training looks to tech
This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees a number of colleges and SETAs looking to upgrade.