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  • Mvelase, P; Dlamini, Z; Macleod, D; Dlodlo, N; Sithole, Happy M (IST Africa, 2014-05)
    Advances in Information Technology have brought about cloud computing, an evolutionary computing practice that facilitates the provisioning of computing services as a utility. Cloud computing has brought about change in ...
  • Dlamini, Z; Modise, M (Academic Conferences International, 2012-03)
    Technological advances have changed the manner in which ordinary citizens conduct their daily activities. Many of these activities are carried out over the Internet. These include filling tax returns, online banking, job ...
  • Grobler, M; Dlamini, Z (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2012-05)
    Cyber trends are a reality across the globe. Not only are technology and electronic devices and media used more regularly in easing everyday activities, but these technological advances are also used in sophisticated ...
  • Grobler, M; Dlamini, Z; Ngobeni, S; Labuschagne, A (2011-08)
    A large portion of the South African rural community only have intermittent access to computers and are not familiar, nor entirely comfortable, with the use of internet communication or electronic devices. The research ...
  • Phahlamohlaka, J; Dlamini, Z; Mnisi, T; Mashiane, T; Malinga, L (International Federation for Information Processing 2014, 2014-07)
    South African communities are constantly being developed through new ICT projects which are initiated by individuals, government and private organisations. The problem with these developments is that they are implemented ...
  • Modise, M; Dlamini, Z; Simelane, S; Malinga, L; Mnisi, T; Ngobeni, S (Academic Conferences and Publishing International, 2013-03)
    With the escalating number of incidents of service delivery, labour related protests and the increasingly violent nature of protests; crowd control is one of the major challenges facing South Africa today. Often these ...