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South Africa snubs big data

Big data in SA has not been widely adopted, as a majority of companies in the country do not see its value.

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Telkom makes final exco appointment

Telkom has announced the appointment of Ouma Rasethaba as chief risk officer with immediate effect.

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Special Report

Ramping up cyber security

Ramping up cyber security


SA’s premier information security event, the ITWeb Security Summit, to be held in May, will address pressing issues for infosec practitioners.

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How big data is changing business

How big data is changing business


Changes in decision-making tactics, business methodology, and privacy have all risen as a result of big data

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View Points

Containerisation solves BYOD fears

Containerisation solves BYOD fears


BYOD mobility is rapidly becoming an enterprise fact of life. Thanks to the introduction of new technologies that make it practical, workable, and secure, the BYOD dilemma – balancing the needs...

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Online forums drive customer service

Online forums drive customer service


Online forums have been around far longer than Facebook and Twitter and, for many of the people who use them, have become their “traditional” channel for customer service.

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Data fear overwhelms organisations

Data fear overwhelms organisations


A number of organisations are afraid of the vast amounts of data they are being faced with, said Isme Oosthuizen, head of business intelligence (BI) at IZAZI, at the ITWeb BI Summit 2014.

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BI that comes naturally

BI that comes naturally


Our ability to detect patterns, compare information and make predictions is one of mankind’s greatest strengths, and technology should enable us to do just that.

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David Kan, Mustek
Nazara Technologies, a mobile games developer and publisher, has entered into a partnership with Electronic Arts (EA) to distribute mobile games to over 770 million mobile phone consumers across Africa. The agreement entitles Nazara to exclusive distribution rights of EA mobile games to all telecom operators across the African continent in 49 countries including Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania and Ghana. EA’s portfolio of products includes top quality games such as Need For Speed The Run and EA Sports FIFA 13, which will be made available to consumers on Java and Android platforms through “N Play”, one of Nazara’s high traffic mobile gaming platforms. Read more...

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