Telkom: The comeback kid
Although Telkom has a few issues to deal with, it’s onto a good thing, thanks to a solid foundation left by former CEO Sipho Maseko.
Enabling through fibre
Fibre is the latest 'in' thing, enabling all sorts of services, some of which have yet to be conceptualised.
Changes to the way intellectual property is dealt with could see South Africa attracting foreign investment.
Using data intelligently
Business intelligence and data analytics are now seen as a top priority by senior executives.
Rethinking Telkom Mobile
Although Telkom Mobile is finally profitable, can it take on the mobile duopoly?
What’s the future of storage?
As the amount of data companies need to store grows exponentially, new thinking is required.
What's next for Telkom?
Having survived a three-year turnaround process, the operator everyone used to love to hate is now targeting growth.
The anonymous techie
As cloud becomes more popular, the use of faceless online support will grow.
Africa ain't for sissies
Another company has learnt that doing business in Africa does not mean a Mecca of untold profits.
While the economy is up to its knees in mire, the ICT sector looks set to ride choppy waves.
Internet access has traditionally been the domain of the better off, but there are ways around the challenge of affording access to all.
Why the Films and Publication Board wants to censor the internet – and why it’s a ridiculous idea.