Well-known South African hosting provider Hetzner has changed its name to Xneelo, it said on Monday.
Less than a year after a severe data breach affected data centre provider Hetzner, the company has disclosed to its clients that their details may have been compromised in another “security incident”.
Although the vast majority of South Africa’s telecommunications and technology companies will pass on the 1% increase in the value-added tax rate — from 14% to 15% — from 1 April, some are bucking the trend
On TalkCentral this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about Cell C’s new Black video entertainment platform. Is it any good? And can it make headway in an already very competitive
Hetzner South Africa CEO Hans Wencke has apologised to customers affected by the data breach on the company’s systems this week, saying it is “deeply distressed” by the incident. On Wednesday, the data
A key database operated by large South African data centre operator and website hosting service provider Hetzner has been hacked, and the company is advising clients to change their passwords immediately. Hetzner, which is based
On TalkCentral this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about Internet Solutions’ reported discussions to acquire Dark Fibre Africa. Also this week, Naspers to pump almost R1bn
One of South Africa’s largest Web hosting companies, Hetzner, is now peering with Internet service providers, telecommunications operators and content distribution networks at Teraco’s NAPAfrica network peering facility in Isando. Hetzner, which hosts
Hetzner’s data centre in Midrand, north of Johannesburg, is the site for an extension of the Johannesburg Internet Exchange, Internet exchange operator INX-ZA said on Monday. It’s the first time that Jinx has been expanded beyond its
A fire broke out at Mxit’s offices in Stellenbosch early this morning. The fire started at 2am on Wednesday. Mxit chief financial officer Richard Newton said the fire was the result of an electrical fault. “There was a fair amount of smoke damage that