No one buys technology just for the sake of technology. If that were the case, we might all have pockets full of silicon chips instead of smartphones.
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In the Budget Speech on 24 February 2016, the Honourable Mr Pravin Gordhan, Finance Minister of South Africa, announced that the Department of Energy’s (DoE)
It’s that time of year again where key decision makers get together to scrutinise every aspect of their business model. As they prepare to execute on strategies
The industrial Internet could be a major competitive advantage for the manufacturing industry in an era of prolonged rand weakness.
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Cloud computing has evolved and is a firm reality for most businesses. However, what some decision makers may not realise is that the development
New research from PwC shows that more than three-quarters of South African employees would consider wearing a wearable device,
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Despite a better understanding of the realities of cloud-based solutions and investment in Africa, some regions, including South Africa, are lagging behind when it...
Mobile malware is on the increase and the purpose of almost all of it is to generate income for cybercriminals.
As the world has evolved to become increasingly digital and globally connected, ICT security has become correspondingly more complex.
Fierce competition and cyber incidents rank as major new threats.
It is evident that telecommunications and connectivity within developed countries is continually gaining impetus, becoming more advanced and utilised.
South Africa faces some unique challenges when it comes to public transport.
The news lately has been full of reports of high-profile attacks on large organisations aimed at compromising or stealing sensitive customer information.