Recession to devastate SA’s ICT, telecoms sectors
Recessionary market conditions, declining hardware sales and the coronavirus are already spelling tough times ahead for the local channel, analysts say.
Regulation, re-imagination and the recession
With the recession likely to spark more credit applications, businesses need to look at affordability and credit-worthiness data holistically.
Vodafone's European woes continue
The world's second-largest mobile operator reported first-quarter results hit by regulation and recession across Europe.
New iPhone? No thanks, say cash-conscious Europeans
In part, European sales of the expensive Apple model were hit by weakening economies across the continent.
Cloud computing rated top innovation tech
The Calyx Business Transformation Index shows that 72% of surveyed CIOs say SaaS is their top hope for innovation.
Hi-tech firms face financial distress
In today's technology roundup: Hi-tech firms face financial distress, Fujitsu workers down tools, UK firm denies Egyptian 'cyber spy' deal, and Murdoch offers $4.7m to hacking victims.
Virtualisation valuable to business - IDC
In this World Wide Wrap: Virtualisation valuable to business says IDC, Virtualisation narrows technology gap, and China data centre virtualisation unveiled.
IT sector sees fundamental change
The IT industry's recovery from its worst year ever means it will never be the same again, says Gartner.
Recession lowers SaaS resistance
Mimecast finds the economic depression has boosted software-as-a-service adoption.
Recession drives IT
Managers must use this time to consider efficiency and optimisation above all else, says Glen Ansell, CEO of i5 Group.
Green tech lowers power costs
Companies must look to more energy-efficient technologies to remain sustainable, says 3Com.