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2:30

SA’s personal computing device market takes a knock

In the MEA region, South Africa experienced the biggest decline in shipments of personal computing devices year-on-year during the first quarter.

3:20

Tourism sector urged to turn digital for resurgence

The revival of the hospitality industry can be hastened with ICT as an enabler, says the Pan African Chamber of Commerce.

4:20

MTN SA sees double-digit data traffic growth under lockdown

The mobile operator has experienced a 51% growth in data traffic since February, as data usage for video and online corporate activity surges.

0:30

Podcast: Effects of COVID-19 on TMT sector

Webber Wentzel experts unpack issues related to tracking and tracing, among other concerns.

3:40

COVID-19 catapults ICT adoption in government

The pandemic fast-tracked ICT processes within the public sector that would have otherwise taken a long time to be realised, says GovChat CEO Eldrid Jordaan.

2:30
Thursday

Malicious mobile apps double in number

Nine of the top 10 malicious apps were at some stage available on Google Play.

5:50
Thursday

Companies race to roll out IOT-based COVID-19 screening apps

SA witnesses a slew of new IOT smart applications introduced to facilitate coronavirus screening, monitoring and employee management processes.

4:20

ICT tenders: Braving briefings

The National Tender Bulletin sees the return of tender briefings despite COVID-19 restrictions.

2:50
Thursday

Bolt to add more COVID-19 specialist vehicles

The ride-hailing company plans to install protection measures in a further 4 000 vehicles registered on its platform.

3:00

Fibre provider Frogfoot intensifies Bloem connections

The company’s biggest growth in the city was seen in March and April, with the national lockdown resulting in an influx of orders.

0:50

Podcast: The effect of COVID-19 on cyber security and cyber breaches

In this podcast, Webber Wentzel experts discuss several issues relevant to business in managing the risks associated with cyber crime.

3:20
Wednesday

SA tries to contain threats as COVID shakes up security

Criminals use social engineering tactics because it is usually easier to exploit a person’s natural inclination to trust, says Simeon Tassev, MD and QSA at Galix.

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