The TomTom Start 50 is an entry-level product that is a perfect little travelling companion, especially if you're a new driver...
Cari Van Wyk 19 Jun 2015
Mobility and always-on connectivity have become a big part of our everyday lives and as such, tablets are now regarded as essential...
Bruce Byrne 5 Jun 2015
With data volumes continuing to increase at an unprecedented rate, capacity has become a critical criterion when it comes to selecting data storage solutions...
Kalvin Subbadu 15 Feb 2015
Mergers and acquisitions are useful when it comes to helping organisations to achieve business objectives. However, this strategy has the potential to create enormous complexity when it comes to consolidating the operations of the two disparate organisations involved in the merger or acquisition.
Paul Fick 29 Aug 2014
For businesses, it's no longer about infrastructure alone, it's about applications, and how these are architected. How applications work and function can highlight problem points in the business, and identifying these will in turn, prevent outages.
Gerald Naidoo 11 Jul 2014
Even professional users of rugged laptops, tablets and smartphones are sometimes unsure of what defines a "rugged computer" and how the various tests to validate ruggedness are carried out. A truly rugged computer is so much more than just a normal computer wrapped in a tough outer case.
Jerker Hellström 18 Jun 2014
In 2014, the total market in Africa for video surveillance equipment is expected to exceed US$200 million (over R2 billion).
Kalvin Subbadu 5 Jun 2014
It should come as no surprise that the biggest technological impacts on IT departments in 2013 were mobile and big data. Both issues also dominated conversations in the storage arena last year and with employees now increasingly working remotely, it's highly likely that 2014 will see more and more organisations struggling to manage large volumes of data.
Bryan Balfe 5 Jun 2014
A journalist has to take obscure matters and turn them into engaging and understandable stories, showing people why they should care about them. Sometimes it seems impossible.
Anton Harber 21 Mar 2014
There's one slot at Design Indaba I implore you never to miss, and that's the Pecha Kucha presentations. Seven top graduates from around the world presented their projects at this year's event, but three stood out - particularly in the simulcast auditorium where they all received a rousing applause.
Sindy Peters 27 Feb 2014
Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices have become essential tools in the business world of today. However...
Russel Brand 1 Feb 2014
Regular and planned power outages are not uncommon in South Africa, and serve as a stark reminder that our depleting electricity supplies are being stretched to capacity.
David Palmer-Stevens 4 Nov 2013
It's clear that businesses are going to become increasingly dependent on Wi-Fi in the future but it's important that there be a clear strategy in place.
Shane Chorley 8 Oct 2013
One of the biggest threats to businesses big and small, could be sitting in your organisation right now. Insiders can reveal company secrets, bypass security controls and infect the network with malware - through malice, stupidity, carelessness or the unmonitored use of company systems.
John Mc Loughlin 28 Aug 2013
NEWTON, US: In some ways, you could say that the consumerisation of the enterprise was inevitable. The line between personal devices and enterprise has become increasingly blurred.
Ilan Hertz 31 Jul 2013
NEWSWATCH: Newly appointed Communications Minister Yunus Carrim met the SABC board and addressed staff yesterday, reports IOL. Meanwhile, 1st TV has stepped in and provided an alternative to whatever Zimbabwe's national broadcaster is dishing out, reports Mail & Guardian. Finally, if you're still stuck for a '67' idea, here are 67 of them, courtesy of Nelson Mandela International Day.
Rod Baker 18 Jul 2013