Articles By Computing SA staff

Broadband woes hinder VoIP deployment in South Africa

Broadband woes hinder VoIP deployment in South Africa

While VoIP is going to introduce competition into the South African market and thereby drive down the cost of telephony,...

March 9th, 2005 Computing SA staff
BlackBerry devices launch in South Africa

BlackBerry devices launch in South Africa

Through its alliance with Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) and Vodafone Group PLC, Vodacom Group (Pty) Ltd. launched its BlackBerry...

March 8th, 2005 Computing SA staff
South African study examines country’s tech sector

South African study examines country’s tech sector

Meta Group SA research services released the results of a study into the South African ICT sector that provides insight...

February 15th, 2005 Computing SA staff
SA telco, union reach management agreement

SA telco, union reach management agreement

Telkom SA Ltd. says that it has reached an agreement with the Alliance of Telkom Unions on its headcount management...

February 2nd, 2005 Computing SA staff
IT security becomes a boardroom issue in SA

IT security becomes a boardroom issue in SA

The issue of South African corporate IT security has become a boardroom discussion, due in part to regulatory and statutory...

January 27th, 2005 Computing SA staff
Study: VANs, ISPs have opportunities in South Africa

Study: VANs, ISPs have opportunities in South Africa

Until now, most analysts have assumed that the emerging regulatory changes, including the forthcoming convergence legislation, would take place relatively...

January 18th, 2005 Computing SA staff
MD of Orion Telecom

MD of Orion Telecom

The South African Competition Appeal Court has upheld the decision of the Competition Tribunal in favour of Orion Telecom Networks...

January 12th, 2005 Computing SA staff
attorney at Bowman Gilfillan Inc.

attorney at Bowman Gilfillan Inc.

Microsoft Corp.'s South African division says that the Pretoria Commercial Crime Court sentence of Craig Marnoch to the maximum term...

January 11th, 2005 Computing SA staff
South African subscriber base overstated

South African subscriber base overstated

SA’s mobile subscriber base has been routinely overstated by at least 20 per cent, and sometimes more, over the last...

December 2nd, 2004 Computing SA staff
Survey shows red tape costs SA private sector

Survey shows red tape costs SA private sector

Regulatory compliance, or "red tape", will cost South Africa (SA) business R79 billion (US$13 billion) in 2004 — an amount...

November 18th, 2004 Computing SA staff