All you need is the air that you breathe… and bandwidth

By Staff Writer 17 June 2015

Brian Timperley of Turrito Networks predicts that a new round of disruption is due under the twin pressures of fibre rollout to consumers and the growth of international “over the top” (OTT) services like WhatsApp. FULL STORY >


Fortinet unveils new FortiGuard mobile security subscription service to protect mobile devices across the enterprise

By Staff Writer 3 June 2015

Reinforces Company’s Commitment to Helping Enterprises of All Sizes Deploy, Manage and Secure Networks in a Mobile Era FULL STORY >


Cell C to cover termination fees for customers making switch

By Staff Writer 13 May 2015

In an intriguing move, Cell C's new Contract Buy-Out Option will cover up to R10 000 in termination fees for customers making the switch to their network. FULL STORY >


Don’t replace your network – convert it

By Staff Writer 13 May 2015

OEM modules help you cut back the costs of replacing your network while still leveraging the benefits of new technologies FULL STORY >


Enterprise security threat level directly linked to user demographics, industry and geography

By Staff Writer 14 April 2015

Global study by Aruba Networks shows more than half of South African workers are not concerned about an online security threat FULL STORY >


DDoS protection – what budget share should it get?

By Staff Writer 23 March 2015

When allocating budget to DDoS protection, consider the full cost to the organisation of critical applications going down, says Arbor Networks. FULL STORY >


Future-proofing service provider networks for the explosion of mobile data traffic

By Staff Writer 19 March 2015

With mobile data traffic expected to increase nearly tenfold between 2014 and 2019, service providers are increasingly looking to Network Functions Virtualisation, says Martin Walshaw, senior engineer at F5... FULL STORY >


Take it down a gear

By Staff Writer 10 March 2015

With consumer demand at an all-time high, and with software developers being pushed to release new connected car software with the most up-to-date features, it seems that security is taking a back seat, says Martin Walshaw, senior engineer at F5 Networks. FULL STORY >


F5 Networks aims to make inroads into sub-Saharan Africa

By Ryan Noik 26 February 2015

Solutions provider F5 Networks has made its focus on South Africa and the sub-Saharan African region clear, with the announcement of two key appointments to drive growth in the region. FULL STORY >


Next-gen networking to enable Megatrends

By Staff Writer 10 October 2014

While the enterprise looks to disruptive trends such as cloud, mobility and big data to drive business innovation and greater revenues, the IT department is well aware that traditional networks and data centres may not be up to the challenge of... FULL STORY >


The Facebook disease is fading

By Mike Joubert 23 January 2014

Researchers at Princeton University believe that Facebook is heading the same way as Myspace, going so far to declare that in 2017 the social network will only have 20% of its peak user base left. FULL STORY >


Facial recognition gaining traction in HR - Accsys

By Staff Writer 13 November 2013

Whilst biometric technology, based on fingerprint identification, is considered the most accurate in terms of access control in commerce, HR experts believe facial recognition has captured the attention of decision makers. FULL STORY >


Cybersecurity: The Pivotal Role of Communications Networks

By Staff Writer 29 October 2013

In today’s world, we have so many device options – smartphones, tablets and laptops – to stay connected to either the office or manage our personal lives. For consumers, many use their mobile devices to manage everything from... FULL STORY >


Gartner - Three mobile services to keep an eye on

By Staff Writer 11 October 2012

Mobile social networks, mobile applications stores and location-based services will be three of the highest value mobile services to reach widespread adoption in the next two years according to Gartner. FULL STORY >


Cisco aims to make home networks alluring again

By Ryan Noik 10 February 2012

At a recent presentation at its Bryanston offices, Cisco revealed why home networks can and should be the heart of the smart and connected home. FULL STORY >

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