A research report identified an elusive cyber-espionage campaign targeting diplomatic, governmental and scientific research organisations
The final regulations governing South Africa’s migration from analogue to digital terrestrial television will ultimately make spectrum available for broadband applications.
It started innocently enough. The first one was free. So you tried it. And you liked it. And you wanted more.
This article explains how automating with industrial robots can help companies to bring their manufacturing home without any adverse effects on their competitiveness
Regulatory stagnation, indecision and misplaced ideologies are some of the reasons why broadband for all will likely remain a pipe dream
Currently 36% of all internet traffic is being delivered over wireless networks. By 2015, this figure will grow to 46%
Cloud technology has taken off in South Africa, although there are still those who believe that it is still early days
The fight against corruption and bribery is a global phenomenon which has gained worldwide momentum in recent years
SATNAC 2012 – “The internet of things – smart homes and cities – evolution or Tsunami?”