Public outcry over proposed TV licences for Netflix, Showmax
Government’s draft policy on the licensing of video-on-demand content services viewable on smart devices is met with much resistance from the public.
USB4 to raise bar for flash drive storage standards
The fourth-generation USB standard is poised to set the next frontier of data sharing standards for the IT industry and consumers, say analysts.
Cloud, programming skills gap impedes SMEs’ digital initiatives
Small local businesses struggle to source cloud computing, programming and app development skills, according to a Xero survey.
Chinese brands ready to tap SA’s ‘lucrative’ smartphone market
Industry pundits believe SA’s very healthy smartphone market makes it an ideal target, amid a flood of Chinese brands into the local market.
South Africa misses out on digital identity possibilities
The South African government must recognise the infinite opportunities presented by the mass adoption of a digital identification system, say industry insiders.
New report says measured spectrum allocation key to digital economy
The allocation of spectrum is an opportunity to utilise communications tech for economic development for the country as a whole, says a World Wide Worx study.
Is your financial leader a technology-appreciating CFO?
Data, in particular, is teaching CFOs how technology can generate value.
‘Old-school’ approach to digital behind Clicks advert disaster
A constantly reviewed social media policy that informs third-party content analysis can help firms avoid a digital misstep similar to that of Clicks.
Why the CFO is digital transformation’s biggest ally
The amalgamation of robotic process automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning has created a new breed of trailblazing senior financial decision-makers.
Africa embraces cloud even as security fears persist
While cloud computing is now a standard business tool among African businesses, IT decision-makers remain concerned about the spate of data breaches.