Information drives decision making so why are divisions within businesses guarding data so closely?
As cybercriminals try to take advantage of COVID-19 for attacks, Microsoft has released new data for security researchers to make use of.
Data traffic at Vodacom grew a staggering 66 percent for the year showcasing that “hunger for data” we often hear so much about.
To assist students when it comes to data costs during lockdown, Cell C has zero-rated data at a number of local universities.
The collaborative efforts have raised questions about privacy and security, but is there any real cause for concern?
The firm is using its Google Maps data to see how citizens in different parts of the globe are adhering to their respective countries’ lockdowns.
Price changes mean FNB Connect customers can pick up 1GB of data for just R59.
The confusion surrounding Cell C’s Lifeline package has been eased somewhat but we have to wonder why it was announced now.
Vodacom’s discounted data rates mean 50MB of data will now cost just R12.
Many of the services included in the package are already offered by Cell C for free, without the need to apply.
The network has offered some respite to customers stuck at home during lockdown.
MTN has said that data prices will be cut by as much as 50 percent from 15th April.
Icasa is also exploring opening up TV Whitespaces so rural communities have access to broadband services during the state of national disaster.
The move comes as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, and would prove students with greater access.
A 30-day 1GB data bundle will now cost you R99 down from R149.
The deal is available exclusively to tourists who don’t want to use roaming while travelling in South Africa.
There is yet another aspect of Brexit that the UK and tech companies must contend with.
The looming commencement date means local businesses must start preparing for POPIA.