Is Telkom’s fair usage policy really fair?

August 29, 2014 • Features, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments (0)

Telkom informed its customers that it will be enforcing its fair usage policy. According to the telecom giant, the reason behind the move was in the spirit of enhancing the Internet experience of all its users. To add to this, at the beginning of August 2014, Telkom had issued a warning to its uncapped subscribers. ...

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Top execs weigh in on the future of technology

August 15, 2014 • Cloud Computing, Features, Top StoriesComments (0)

Technology is evolving at a rapid rate across Africa. However, with Big Data, Cloud Technology and Enterprise Mobility making its mark across Africa, a few simply questions still remain unanswered – what does the future hold and where do we go to next?...

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Enterprise Mobility: Security is essential

August 8, 2014 • Features, Top StoriesComments (0)

Enterprise Mobilty holds many benefits; however, there are several things that need to be considered when venturing into it. Whether your company is based in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, USA, or even the United Kingdom – becoming a mobile...


In Pictures: Destiny Beta Event

July 21, 2014 • Features, Gadgets and GamingComments (0)

Over the course of the weekend avid gamers grouped at Internet Solutions, located in Johannesburg South Africa, in order to test of the Beta build of Bungie’s upcoming title, Destiny. The event was hosted by Megarom Interactive, official distributor of...

Stefan Tanase, Senior Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team for Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (image: Charlie Fripp)

Cyber-crime: How it makes criminals filthy rich

April 23, 2014 • Features, Top StoriesComments (0)

During Kaspersky Lab’s annual Security Analysis Summit held in Budapest, Hungary, the Enterprise and Online security experts focussed on cyber-criminals and where their riches come from – often at very low risk to the perpetrators. Stefan Tanase, Senior...


In Pictures: This is what makes Africa’s internet possible

April 3, 2014 • Features, Top StoriesComments (0)

The vessel Léon Thévenin does an amazing job. Currently docked in Cape Town, South Africa, the ship is the main reason undersea fibre optic cables such as Seacom, EASSY and others keep operating – well, partly. At 107.8 m in length and 17.8 m in breadth,...

PC sales see strong decline. (image credit: computer aid international)

Enough Spying- Time for Internet Bill of Rights

March 26, 2014 • Features, Top StoriesComments (0)

Widely regarded as the creator of the World Wide Web, online pioneer Tim Berners-Lee recently called for the creation of an Internet Magna Carta. The call has been spurred on by Edward Snowden’s recent NSA leaks. According to the latest revelations, the...


Flight 370: What exactly is a Black Box?

March 24, 2014 • Features, Top StoriesComments (0)

The search for Malaysia’s missing Flight 370 is entering its third week, and as the hunt expands to a much wider area than first covered, investigators and rescue teams are hoping to make a breakthrough – by finding the cockpit voice recorder and the...


In Pictures: Mobile World Congress 2014

February 26, 2014 • Features, Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off

With all the major mobile manufacturers including Samsung, Nokia and LG in attendance, the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is in full swing. But MWC 2014 is not just about mobile manufacturers, the event attracts virtually every major company...

Liberia is making headway in the progress and development of its ICT sector. (Image source: Jiri Flogel/

Country focus: Tech taking Liberia into a new era

February 18, 2014 • Features, West AfricaComments Off

  The West African country of Liberia has received a great deal of coverage in the news of late. Specifically, there have been detailed reports in regional media about financial irregularities within the Liberia Telecommunication Authority (LTA) and the...