information technology

 
Ramaphosa gives go-ahead for new SIU probes
Ramaphosa gives go-ahead for new SIU probes
President Cyril Ramaphosa has authorised the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to begin investigations into the awarding of tenders, contracts and...
Technology in and around the classroom
Technology in and around the classroom
The 2004 white paper e-Education: Transforming Learning and Teaching through Information and Communication Technologies formed the department of...
Drones come in from the cold
Drones come in from the cold
Drone aircraft have been getting bad press lately. Most often associated with remote-controlled warfare at one extreme and children’s toys at the...
The big flaw in 'always-on'
The big flaw in 'always-on'
Businesses need to keep their services running 24/7 as it is not unusual for customer to need information at 2am. But many of today's backup...
Inside the internet of things
Inside the internet of things
If the internet of things and big data sound like impersonal approaches to high-tech, listen again. Increasingly, the two are being put together with...
Techies ride Zim's internet wave
Techies ride Zim's internet wave
On the benches outside the pub overlooking the cricket greens at Harare Sports Club, they hunch over laptops, selling ideas as diverse as how to...
Don’t count on youngster to fill IT skills gap
Don’t count on youngster to fill IT skills gap
IT will underpin everything businesses do — from interacting with customers to ensuring cost-efficient, streamlined operations, to predicting...
Scarcity of female geeks questioned
Scarcity of female geeks questioned
 What is more, the visibility of Marissa Mayer, the recently promoted Yahoo! chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, the number two at Facebook,...
Free software - all you have to do is ask
Free software - all you have to do is ask
Prefix Technologies, a web development and information technology (IT) company, is offering bulk email software free of charge to any school that...
Lawyers riled by state IT deal
Lawyers riled by state IT deal
A potentially money-spinning information technology system to ensure more black advocates receive work from the government is causing a stir in the...
Hardware? Software? Who cares?
Hardware? Software? Who cares?
Almost every industry on the planet goes through alternating cycles of consolidation and fragmentation. In some industries -- like energy -- these...

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