June 28, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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SA Purchasing Online Requires a Step Backwards

While South Africans are more pleased with purchasing online, fewer are taking to the net to purchase, according to a new study from MasterCard. The MasterCard Online Shopping study has shown that, of the 500 South Africa Online surfers interviewed, … Continue reading

June 27, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Press Channels Need to Look Strong into the Spirit of the New Consumer

In his book, The Upcoming of Promotion, Joe Cappo, of Promotion Age popularity, creates about a world of progressively doubtful customers neglecting more and more the increasing mess of traditional advertising and basically not recognizing or responding to the same … Continue reading

June 26, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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How much High Speed Internet Variety is Really Available in SA?

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) is once again contacting on the Division of Emails to launch details with regards to improvement made in auditing the use of radio frequency variety in South Africa. “Spectrum is a source that needs … Continue reading

June 25, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Good News for Online Rates of Speed in South Africa

Akamai Technologies released its Fourth Quarter, 2012 State of the Online Report, showing that South Africa has shown good improvements in terms of regular Online connection rates of speed. Based on data gathered from the Akamai Intelligent Platform, the report … Continue reading

June 24, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Cybercrime in South Africa a Crisis: Expert

At a latest morning meal briefing on cyber security organized by Neotel and the Mail & Protector, details protection advisor Beza Belayneh known as cybercrime in South Africa as a “crisis”, and called on the govt to make it a … Continue reading

June 21, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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SA Students are Supercomputing Champions

The quickest supercomputer is in Chinese suppliers, the Tianhe-2, and operates at about 33.86 petaflops. Many nations say they plan to crack the exaflop hurdle in the next few years. For some perspective, your single-core 2.5GHz PC has a theoretical … Continue reading

June 20, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Monitoring of South African’s a Wake up Call, Says Party

The revealed surveillance of South Africa and Turkish delegations during the G20 peak in England should serve as an awaking to government, the Religious Democratic Celebration said on Wednesday. Party innovator Theunis Botha said in a declaration the “eavesdropping” which … Continue reading

June 19, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Young SA Director Selected at Cannes

Younger South Africa home, Amr Singh of The Fort, has been chosen for this season’s famous SHOTS Younger Director Prize in Cannes, France. Since its beginning in 1998, the award has reinforced and marketed growing worldwide innovative skills in professional … Continue reading

June 18, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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How Customer Data Security Will Impact Business

South Africans have been working hard for six years and are now putting the completing variations on the first extensive details security regulations, arranged carefully with those currently under discussion in European countries. The suggested Western regulations give on the … Continue reading

June 17, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Online Spying: SA Far More Intense than US

Americans are stunned and ­outraged at ­revelations that their govt is vacuum cleaning up information about their cellphone discussions and online surfing around routines, but in comparison to Southern Africans, they have little to fear about. According to ­exposés by … Continue reading