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Take no prisoners
Just one month into the new year and ICT news is flowing thick and fast.
Gaming drives high-performance computing
In recent years, high-performance computing has been used more extensively for gaming than for business. This trend isn`t about to change any time soon.
In the hot seat
Broad-based black economic empowerment is being questioned and the Black IT Forum (BITF) once again finds itself in the spotlight.
The more things change...
Google turns ten this year, and made its oldest index available for searching in honour of the occasion.
Telkom looks set to go it alone in the local cellular market, but prepare for some complexity.
How to miss a deadline
Sentech is almost R1 billion short only days before the pre-set dual illumination broadcast date.
Olivier Fortuin has been appointed HP SA country manager.
What`s the point?
Here's a question on everyone's lips: Why did losing SABC tender bidder Digital Horizons even bother going to court in an effort to stop the SABC from awarding the R380 million outside broadcasting van contract to Sony SA? We all know a little thing like not having the necessary black empowerment credentials isn't reason enough not to get the tender.
Cables: it's all coming together
For once, government pulls it together and realises the folly of doubling up on cable projects.
Nothing more than a Fantas-y
Corruption-buster Fantas Mobu`s departure from Sita left it rather off-balance.
When the time came to write a roundup of this year`s government and technology conference, I found myself at a loss for words: the entire conference was overshadowed by the resignation of former Sita CEO Llewellyn Jones.