Cloud: It's not about IT, it's about the app

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It's about the apps
say tech experts.

Thursday, Feb 21st

Botswana – mobile users ‘not really experiencing the net’

Botswana – mobile users 'not really experiencing the net'

Despite misgivings by some tech professionals, statistics show an increased appetite for mobile internet.

Vodacom Lesotho, Facebook launch free connectivity service

Vodacom Lesotho, Facebook launch free connectivity service

Facebook Flex will enable subscribers to switch seamlessly between free and data modes.

Regulation hits Kenya's third placed ISP hard

Regulation hits Kenya's third placed ISP hard

CA stats reflects growth in gap between Mawingu Networks, Wananchi and Safaricom.

Huawei looks to increase North Africa market share

Huawei looks to increase North Africa market share

Production underway at electronic device assembly plant in Algeria.

Africa: 21-million people shopped online in 2017

Africa: 21-million people shopped online in 2017

According to recent figures released figures by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

MTN Zambia, Kirusa launch roaming service app

MTN Zambia, Kirusa launch roaming service app

Operator claims to be the first in Africa to deploy hybrid OTT voice service.

MTN announces executive hires

MTN announces executive hires

MTN says the new executives will support the delivery of its "BRIGHT strategy".

Mnangagwa's crackdown on connectivity continues

Mnangagwa's crackdown on connectivity continues

Internet restored but WhatsApp, Twitter still down in Zimbabwe as protests enter day four.

MTN launches music streaming service MusicTime

MTN launches music streaming service MusicTime

The telco has launched MusicTime, a fully inclusive time-based music streaming service.

5G dominates 2019 mobile predictions

5G dominates 2019 mobile predictions

2019 will likely be the year when the first 5G smartphones hit the market.

Smartphone production to remain flat in Q4

Smartphone production to remain flat in Q4

Major smartphone brands will continue to enlarge their market share at the expense of the smaller brands, says TrendForce.