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// April 2005

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Twenty-four hours in Lisbon

If your travels should carry you to Lisbon, one-time port of access to the new world, take the time to soak up some old-world charm, and of course, enjoy the local pastries....

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Driving IT integration

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Will HP split up?

Speculation as to the future direction of HP sees the possible hiving off of its printing and imaging business....

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Tit for tat

Mlambo-Ngcuka says compliance is the key to a better platform on which to do business....

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Spammer feels harassed

An online marketer based in Cape Town, when a victim of his unsolicited e-mail asked to be removed from future mailings, threatened to sic his lawyers on the victim for harassment. The case casts light on the law that governs such e-mail....

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Software escrow; protecting the source

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HP continues to lose weight

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Don`t get ahead of yourself

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Digital home branded

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Competition heating up

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N-Direct`s new CEO looks for new challenges

The new CEO of N-Direct has to push growth in the online space for the company`s brands, kalahari.net, Leisure and Books and Leserkring....

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Bubble trouble

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Ducks in a row

City of Cape Town gets its ILM in place before ECT legislation ‘guillotine` rolls....

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Cyber-Looters Capitalize on Katrina

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HP Expands Virtualization Offerings

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Nokia E-Mail Platform Takes on BlackBerry

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Way out in front

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A culture of analytics

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59
Mothership meltdown?

Some very disturbing news has been emerging from Telkom lately. I`d ask its CEO about it, but apparently he won`t talk about Telkom....

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Black knight Gijima comes to rescue

A new sense of optimism now prevails in the corridors of what used to be AST, since its rescue from what was technically an insolvent position by black IT company Gijima. Management hopes that new blood, a stronger balance sheet, and empowerment credentia...