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PCC: Getting closer for greater business benefits

If you still wait for your customers to call you, your contact centre strategy is about to become outdated. Simply waiting for calls to come in, or worse – making outbound sales calls scripted to suit the mass market –...

ESET launches ESET Secure Authentication in SA

ESET, the leader in proactive digital protection, has announced the general availability of ESET Secure Authentication™, a two-factor authentication (2FA) software solution for small and medium businesses (SMBs).   This simple and highly efficient application makes use of remote end-users' mobile devices...

Tunisia to push 3G ahead of fixed-line

Tunisia believes the future of their telecom market is in the 3G sector and not in fixed-lines. The government has announced that in their push to boost the 3G and mobile markets, they will break up the country’s fixed-line...

Broadband steering Algerian IT sector

Algeria is to see broadband services bolstered as new reports indicate that the high-speed Internet service is currently driving the country’s IT sector.   By 2018, government information says the telecom market in the country will be estimated at around $7.4...

Mega Trends to drive African communication and innovation

During Frost & Sullivan's second annual Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) event, South African telecommunications company Neotel's CEO Sunil Joshi said that four major mega trends exist that will be important for the overall success of telecommunication companies in...

Social media drives mobile broadband revenues in Africa

According to Frost & Sullivan (F&S), a business research and consulting firm, effective regulatory environments have made Nigeria and Ghana among the most dynamic broadband markets in sub-Saharan Africa with over 150 market participants and massive terrestrial infrastructure development. This...

France’s Orange could move into SA

International growth consulting and research firm Frost & Sullivan has hinted that there is a possibility of France Telecom’s Orange starting operations in South Africa as early as this year. “What we anticipate for 2012 is that we will...

Africa: Frost & Sullivan Awards iBurst DRC

Frost & Sullivan recognises iBurst Africa DRC with the 2011 West and Central Africa Frost & Sullivan Growth Leadership Award. Since its market entry in December 2008, the company has rapidly become one of the largest internet service providers (ISP)...

West Africa increases broadband connections

Over the past three years the West African broadband market has witnessed a dramatic increase in broadband connections. This increase is mainly due to the deployment of advanced technologies, affordable customer premises equipment as well as reduced tariffs. New analysis...

Another success for Innovation Dinner series

Over 60 senior executives and professionals from the IT industry gathered at the latest “Innovation Dinner” hosted by ITNewsAfrica.com, held on the 27th of October in Johannesburg with the Theme: “Our connected future”. The event was supported by global...
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A New Extended Partnership for Managing People and Money

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has partnered with Workday, a provider of solutions for managing people and money. The partnership aims...
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