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Wingu revamped redefines cloud in Africa

Wingu, Africa’s first Ubuntu-certified public cloud computing platform and wholly-owned subsidiary of XON, the sub-Sahara African ICT group, has revamped its cloud service to cater for 18 months of operational experience in meeting customer expectations. The revamped service delivers access...

Smart cities are vulnerable but intelligent cities are safe and secure

Advanced technologies must be used intelligently to make cities safer, said Walter Lee, responsible for the business strategy and operations of the Innovation Management Office (IMO) in the Global Safety Division of NEC Corporation. NEC, through its subsidiary NEC Africa...

Should telcos charge Google, Facebook?

The furore around mobile termination rates as Cell C, Vodacom, MTN, Neotel and Telkom duke it out in the media, may well be grabbing headlines lately but really amounts to a minor, public lovers’ spat compared with what looms. The...

XON to supply support to East Africa’s UbuntuNet

XON announced this week that it has won the tender for the supply and implementation of Juniper Networks and other essential equipment necessary for IP routing, out-of-band equipment, traffic analysis software and other items for the East African UbuntuNet...

Kapela Holdings buys 40% BEE stake in XON

Privately held XON, an ICT solutions company, has concluded a BEE deal with Kapela Holdings, which gains a 40% stake in XON for an undisclosed cash amount. In terms of the deal Kapela Holdings executive director Israel Skosana becomes chairman...
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How to Protect Children Online: 9 Tips for Parents & Teachers

South Africa's youth and young adults are now navigating a new digital landscape that exposes them to predators, offensive...
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