Encryption has been a hot topic recently, particularly due to the lengthy legal battle that took place between the FBI and Apple regarding iPhone encryption - specifically the FBI's demand that Apple unlock a phone used in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. But even though this case has been highly publicised, many individuals don't fully understand what encryption is and how much privacy it can ensure. As hackers become savvier and consumers remain ill-informed, is digital privacy even a possibility?
In today's digital age, it's more important than ever for each and every business to have a website. Even the smallest of local businesses can benefit from their own website, with more and more people using the internet to look up businesses of all sizes and find the products and services which they require. However, with the world of online business becoming increasingly more competitive, it's no longer good enough to just have any old basic website for your company. In order to gain the edge over the competition and build a good online presence, there are some essential components which every business website should include. Read on to discover more.
If you're a typical technology user, you've run out of space to store your data at least once in your life, if not once this year already. Whether it's photos on our phones or Game of Thrones on our laptops, we're all gathering data faster than we can find places to store it. But we may have a long-term solution: DNA.
Alistair Fairweather 10 hours ago
Most people don't care what cellular network they are on - they just want the cheapest price. But if they do prefer a network, they love and hate Vodacom the most!
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Fresh from reporting stellar earnings, Facebook rolled out applications tailored to Microsoft's latest operating system for the social network as well as its Messenger and Instagram services.
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SAN FRANCISCO: Google Chrome was crowned the top internet browser, officially ending the long reign of Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE). NetMarketShare calculated that Chrome had 41.7% of desktop browser share in April, narrowly topping the 41.4 share for IE. Mozilla's Firefox browser was third with 9.7%, according to the market tracker.
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Large-scale ICT investment can play a crucial role in fuelling the growth of South Africa's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) through increased economic activity, innovation and productivity. This contribution is especially needed now, in the face of the economic crunch caused by a long and acute drought in the past year and political developments that saw the rand's value plummet in December 2015.
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Satellite operator, SES S.A. has announced a satellite broadband deal with Facebook to provide high-speed broadband connectivity services to Sub-Saharan Africa. The agreement will support Facebook's Express Wi-Fi programme that is part of their Internet.org initiative.
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The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), through its new global study Mobility, Performance and Engagement, established a measurable link between more mobile-first working environments and increased employment engagement, proving that CIOs can drive increased business performance through mobile strategies that are developed and executed well.
29 Apr 2016
Image capture and related technology is speeding up exponentially and changing the world of communication and creativity as we know it. It's estimated that globally more pictures were taken every two minutes of 2012 than all of the photographs taken in the entire 19th century. Last year we snapped an estimated trillion photos - in a single year! And by 2017, Infotrends estimates that 78.8% (or just over three-quarters) of all photos will be taken using our phones.
Hitendra Naik 29 Apr 2016