Pipedream or reality? Free Wi-Fi continues its inexorable march across South Africa.
Cellular giant MTN has stepped around many obstacles in its rise to become the Middle East and Africa's largest cellular operator.
CIOs are no longer meeting the expectations of their companies and are in danger of being deposed by young upstarts with titles like 'chief digital officer'.
Sal Laher, Eskom's new CIO, has driven a stunning 14-month turnaround in the public utility's IT division, taking it from total breakdown to the organisation's top-performing division.
Dual-shoring sees an international company operating from two global delivery centres: one at an overseas location, like its headquarters, and the other at a subsidiary or a client in another country.
Reports of the password's death have been greatly exaggerated. Instead, security is betting on a plan B.
Insuring cyberspace Local businesses are under-insured when it comes to cyber crime risks, and many wrongly believe that they’re covered by regular policies. $
The much-hyped technology of augmented reality is finally starting to deliver on its grand promises.
Peter Korsten, IBM, says CEOs expect their influence on business strategy to grow substantially in the next few years. $
Wanted: A digital evangelist The characteristics CEOs seek from their next chief information officers are changing.
If Professor Barry Dwolatzky had his way, his new technology hub in Braamfontein would retain the night club dance floor as a centrepiece on which, perish the thought, geeks could party like it was 1999.
Empowering young women to enter the world of ICT is a global goal, but how is South Africa bringing this ideal closer to reality? $