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// December 2010

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If IT could do just one thing...

If you could have just one IT wish, what would it be?...

102
A leaf out of Google’s book

Stellenbosch is developing a start-up culture at the university in a bid to encourage innovation....

103
Convergence is key

Media sector driven by the shift to digital and mobile....

104
Encouraging the others

Startup culture isn’t just hard in South Africa. Ask Germany....

105
Newly-minted country manager

Being a newly-appointed country manager in the middle of a restructure and a merger is not for the faint of heart....

106
TimeOut

DiVoom UPO-1 ...

107
Lies, damn lies and the BSA

The BSA’s figures for software piracy in this country need adjusting. It could start by surveying some South Africans....

108
A couple of geeks

Mosiuoa Tsietsi is working on next generation network services that enable the deployment of Skype-like services on a telecoms network....

109
Nommer asseblief?

It may be old-school, but the telephone is still a critical part of the corporate technology toolbox....

110
Mobile tracking becomes the norm

Location-based services and personal tracking is also a trend....

111
No surprises here

Cloud computing hasn’t been much of a surprise for two managed services entrepreneurs....

112
Starting up

A relatively unknown outfit is rapidly becoming one of the biggest web businesses in South Africa....

113
Where have all the billboards gone?

Technology is revolutionising the property market....

114
Mapping hope

Traditional mapping data for asset tracking, fleet management, business and market intelligence and web services is now being used to combat HIV/Aids....

115
A real recovery?

Although the economy is showing signs of improving, not all parts of it will benefit equally. ...

116
Bridging the great divide

Who would have thought technology would enable us to bank the unbanked? ...

117
Faritec’s rise and fall

Faritec’s failure is a case study in how not to run an IT company....

118
Emerging patterns a recipe for change

Constant change in business is seen as a problem. But what if it wasn’t a problem, but an opportunity?...

119
The accidental CEO?

Was Pinky Moholi’s unexpected return to Telkom last year the precursor for her stepping into the CEO’s position? It would certainly make sense....

120
Advertising gets social

While Bafana Bafana flexes its football muscle on the field, many of the big brands have shifted the primetime advertising battlefield to the social media space....