A Successful Regional Dialogue on Internet Access.
This is according to ICT industry experts commenting on the local multi-tenant data centre market, which is believed to be in the midst of a remarkable growth spurt, projected to significantly drive economic growth and in turn contribute to the creation of over 100 000 jobs in the next few years.
Twenty five thousand low-income households in the Northern Cape province have migrated from the analogue broadcasting system and connected to digital terrestrial television (DTT).
The Department of Communications (DOC) revealed this information in a parliamentary reply to the Democratic Alliance's question, detailing progress of the digital migration project in that province.
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In February and March 2012, TechSoup Global and its global network of partner organisations, including SANGONeT via the SANGOTeCH Technology Donation Programme, conducted a survey of NGOs around the world to better understand current cloud computing usage and future plans for cloud computing adoption.
The survey garnered more than 10 500 respondents from 88 countries.
The results are in.
As part of its aims to strengthen its role and contribution to the NGO sector, Microsoft, together with SANGONeT will be hosting a one-day seminar on Tuesday, 20 April 2010, at the Diakonia Centre in Durban, to discuss ways in which NGOs can use ICTs more strategically.
one of the world’s most prestigious and best-known research facilities is 'taking back control' of its computing activities by moving away from Microsoft's commercial software to open source.
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Dimension Data has revealed exclusive findings from its Executive Guide to NTT Security’s 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report, concerning the cybersecurity maturity of organisations across a number of industries.
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Being competent in the digital world goes well beyond basic comprehension. Workers today need to have a wide range of digital skills, all of which are necessary to succeed in an increasingly digital workplace.
As the way we work changes, the degree of literacy required for some occupations is already shifting. It's anticipated that in the next five years 90 percent of the workforce will require at least basic computer skills, such as using email or company software. In the next 2-3 years, over 50 percent will need to be able to use, configure and build digital systems.
The are currently no opportunities.