Month: March 2014

Is ADSL a Scam?

A latest trend is developing in the ADSL coliseum, with consistently Internet Service Provider (ISP) guaranteeing to offer the quickest, most competitive ADSL.

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Another trend is developing in the ADSL coliseum, with consistently Internet Service Provider (ISP) guaranteeing to offer the quickest, most competitive ADSL.

Seizing Online Thieves in South Africa Utilizing IP addresses

A recent court decision sheds question on whether an IP address is sufficient to distinguish and convict an online privateer

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A new court governing in the United States may have a significant effect on the way copyright holders target potential Internet privateers. A locale court judge rejected a claim by a copyright holder, contending that an IP location is insufficient to distinguish the individual who pilfered substance.

Expanded Numbers of South Africans are purchasing basic Needs Online

Another review via Mastercard uncovers that South African customers are progressively turning towards the web to purchase their home necessities.

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A new study thru Mastercard uncovers that South African customers are progressively turning towards the web to purchase their perishables.

Tech Agent Captured for Charged Defilement

The SAPS has proclaimed that unmistakable technology specialist, Takalani Tshivhase, has been captured on pay off and defilement accusations.

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A past variant of this story mistakenly expressed that the Mr. Takalani Tshivhase, who stands denounced, is an advisor for Business Connexion, this was off base and has been evacuated from the article. Businesstech apologizes for the perplexity.

South Africa’s Copyright Defender Safact Discovered Pilfering Information

A percentage of the information on the Safact site – which battles against copyright encroachments in South Africa – seemed to encroach copyright.

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The site of the Southern African Federation Against Copyright Theft (Safact) seems to have utilized copyrighted information without the best possible authorization.

Six Tech Drifts that will be Enormous in 2014

Technology is in actuality one of the speediest changing parts on the planet, and numerous speculators are attempting to position themselves to take advantage of patterns in the industry, composes Marc Ashton

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Innovation is unquestionably one of the speediest changing divisions on the planet, and numerous gurus are attempting to position themselves to take advantage of patterns in the industry. Be that as it may where are the chances for those with a yearning to profit?

Assange, Reconnaissance, and the World’s Reminder

All is not well in Technology Land. The regularly chipper state of mind at the twelve-month SXSW Interactive gathering is darker in the not so distant future, weighed around worries about the prying eyes of governments. A keynote address by Wikileaks prime supporter Julian Assange through the weekend caught this developing unease.

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Addressing a pressed group of onlookers through feature meeting, Assange differentiated the relative solace of his restriction in the Ecuadorian government office in London with the predicament of detainees around the globe. However for about two years he has basically been in jail.

R500,000 for 10 Day Online Networking Battle: Report

The Sunday Tribune reported that the eThekwini Municipality will pay R500,000 for a 10 day online networking battle

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The Sunday Tribune reported that the eThekwini Municipality will pay R500,000 for a 10 day online networking battle that numerous individuals think about straightforward undertakings which might be performed by in-house IT staff.

Microsoft South Africa Nails Programming Privateers

Microsoft South Africa and the Hawks have effectively captured and indicted local programming privateers, the organization said on Wednesday.

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Microsoft South Africa and the Hawks have effectively captured and indicted local software privateers, the organization said on Wednesday (12 March 2014).

South Africa Businesses Fall Behind on Sex Standards

The amount of senior position filled by ladies in businesses in South Africa has declined 2% from 2013.

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New research uncovers that the amount of senior position filled by ladies in businesses in South Africa has declined 2% from 2013 and has remained static at between 26% and 28%.