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All WiFi routers are not created equal. In many homes where fibre is installed for the first time, users are disappointed when they connect the WiFi routers that are usually supplied by their service providers. One of two things typically happens: the signal drops off dramatically just a few metres away from the fibre box; and the signal cannot be picked up more than one room away.
The Nova 8 represents a powerful reset of the Huawei handset range. The Huawei Nova 8 is the coolest new handset on the market that is not classified as a high-end flagship smartphone. It recalls a time, 8 years ago, when Huawei released the P6 as the thinnest smartphone in the world from a major manufacturer.
As activity bands become better at collecting health data, life insurance is catching up. When someone first coined the phrase 'grudge purchase', the description was probably most apt for insurance, of any kind: spending money 'just in case' of a damaging occurrence.
The WilsonPro A500 Signal Booster Kit for Homes has arrived in South Africa just as a new reality is dawning on people who work from home. It is designed to give a dramatic boost to voice and data signals, rather than the slight amplification previously provided by portable boosters provided by mobile operators.
Nerina van Niekerk is 24 and lives in Stellenbosch, some 52 kilometres from Cape Town, capital of one of Africa’s most wired provinces. In the Western Cape, 75% of people who are 16 and upwards have access to the internet. This compared to Gauteng, at 55%.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) can and will deliver South Africa from the jobs and growth crisis in which it is mired. That is the truism that is being widely peddled as the panacea to the triple threat of poverty, unemployment and inequality in which the country finds itself.
Exciting developments in enterprise resource planning provide us with a compelling snapshot of how the country is progressing with regards to digital transformation. Digital transformation was all anyone could talk about in 2018, a trend that will undoubtedly continue in the new year.
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