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  • Makitla, I; Fogwill, T; Botha, Adèle (2012-10)
    The core approach of this research project, which is informed by the concept of “digital difference”, is to leverage the existing technological infrastructure and capacity (know-how) in a community to enable delivery of ...
  • Munga, N; Fogwill, T; Williams, Q (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2009-10)
    Free / Libre open source software (FLOSS/OSS) has gained increasing popularity and utilisation in commercial and governmental organisations. Universities like Harvard and Stanford now offer courses on open source as a ...
  • Adeyeye, M; Makitla, I; Fogwill, T (2013-09)
    Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) introduces real-time multimedia communication as native capabilities of Web browsers. With the adoption of WebRTC the Web browsers will be able to use WebRTC to communicate with one ...
  • 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 ...
  • Van Zyl, P; Fogwill, T (CSIR, 2008-11)
    Open source software (OSS) is software for which the source code is made available and can be freely modified and redistributed. OSS has been identified in the South African national R&D strategy as a vehicle for fostering ...
  • Fogwill, T; Van Zyl, P (2009-05)
    Open source software (OSS) is software for which the source code is made available under a software license that allows it to be used, modified and redistributed without restriction. As such, OSS is freely available for ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Makitla, I; Ford, M; Fogwill, T; Seetharam, D; Abouchabki, C; Tolmay, JP; Oguneye, O (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    The story of mobile telecommunications in Africa and the developing world is a remarkable one. Africa's mobile cellular growth rate has been the highest of any region over the past 5 years, averaging close to 60% year on ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Makitla, I; Ford, F; Fogwill, T; Seetharam, D; Abouchabki, C; Tolmay, JP; Oguneye, O (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    The story of mobile telecommunications in Africa and the developing world is a remarkable one. Africa's mobile cellular growth rate has been the highest of any region over the past 5 years, averaging close to 60% year on ...
  • Seebregts, C; Barron, P; Tanna, G; Benjamin, P; Fogwill, T (SA ePublications, 2016-05)
    In August 2014, the National Department of Health implemented MomConnect as a national digital maternal health program that implements the South African mobile health (mHealth) strategy and the National Health Normative ...
  • Molefe, Onkgopotse M; Fogwill, T; Gerber, A; van der Merwe, A (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    Open source software (OSS) has gained prominence worldwide, largely due to cost savings and security considerations. This has caused a change in the IT sector and has led to the migration of desktops from proprietary to ...
  • Fogwill, T; Alberts, R; Keet, CM (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2012-05)
    This paper describes several opportunities to support and enhance Indigenous Knowledge digital repositories through the application of ontologies and semantic web technologies. Several needs for Indigenous Knowledge ...
  • 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, ...
  • Alberts, R; Fogwill, T; Keet, CM (CEUR, 2012-05)
    This paper describes the features required of OWL (Web Ontology Language) to realise and enhance Indigenous Knowledge (IK) digital repositories. Several needs for Indigenous Knowledge management systems (IKMSs) are ...
  • Fogwill, T; Viviers, I; Engelbrecht, L; Krause, C; Alberts, R (Indigenous Knowledge Technology Conference (IKTC), 2011-11)
    Indigenous knowledge (IK) is defined as the unique, traditional and local knowledge of people within a particular area. Tpically, IK is stored in peoples' memories and passed down orally from generation to generation. ...
  • Adeyeye, M; Makitla, I; Fogwill, T (Scitepress, 2013-08)
    Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) introduces real-time multimedia communication as native capabilities of Web browsers. With the adoption of WebRTC the Web browsers will be able to use WebRTC to communicate with one ...