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  • Mvelase, P; Sibiya, G; Dlodlo, N; Oladosu, J; Adigun, M (2013-09)
    Research and commercial efforts are currently addressing challenges and providing solutions in cloud computing. Business models are emerging to address different use case scenarios of cloud computing. In this paper, we ...
  • Sibiya, G; Venter, HS; Fogwill, T (International Information Management Corporation (IIMC), 2012-05)
    The advent of cloud computing provides good opportunities for both good and malicious use. Cloud computing is at its infancy stage and its security is still an open research issue. Malicious users take advantage of the ...
  • Sibiya, G; Fogwill, T; Venter, HS; Ngobeni, S (IEEE Xplore, 2013-09)
    Although cloud computing is maturing, security issues are still prevalent. Most of the security issues that are in the cloud have existed since the advent of the Internet. These issues are escalated in a cloud environment ...
  • Sibiya, G; Venter, HS; Fogwill, T (IEEE, 2015-05)
    The advent of cloud computing has brought new challenges to digital forensics. To address these challenges, new approaches in conducting digital forensic are required. In this paper, challenges that are faced by digital ...
  • Sibiya, G; Venter, HS; Ngobeni, S; Fogwill, T (IEEE, 2012-08)
    Cloud computing is a new computing paradigm that presents fresh research issues in the field of digital forensics. Cloud computing builds upon virtualisation technologies and is distributed in nature. Depending on its ...
  • Mathaba, S; Dlodlo, N; Smith, Andrew C; Makitla, I; Sibiya, G; Adigun, M (IIMC (International Information Management Corporation), 2012-05)
    A critical issue in inventory management is having accurate and timely information on stock levels. Therefore advantage should be taken of technologies that can reduce the impact of counterfeits, expired products and ...
  • Sibiya, G; Makitla, I; Ogunleye, S; Fogwill, T; Alberts, R (2014-09)
    The leading global cause of high mortality has been identified to be chronic non-communicable diseases such as stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory conditions, heart disease, diabetes etc. These diseases affect communities ...
  • Manqele, L; Dlodlo, M; Coetzee, L; Williams, Q; Sibiya, G (IEEE, 2015-09)
    The usage of the Internet of Things technology across different service provisioning environments has increased the challenges associated with service discovery and selection. Users cannot always remember the Internet ...
  • Sibiya, G; Venter, HS; Fogwill, T (SATNAC, 2012-09)
    Cloud computing is a novel computing paradigm that presents new research opportunities in the field of digital forensics. Cloud computing is based on the following principles: on-demand self-service, broad network access, ...
  • Matyila, M; Botha, Adèle; Alberts, R; Sibiya, G (IST Africa, 2014-05)
    Mobile services and mobile content is available to diverse users in possession of the necessary mobile phones. However, some of the mobile services and mobile content is text intensive and this discounts low literate users ...