The first set of internet governance rules in the country is surrounded by controversy and scares big organizations to death
Angelica Mari tracks the business IT agenda in the southern hemisphere's biggest economy.
Angelica Mari is ZDNet's Brazil Contributing Editor.
CIO of Rio 2016 presents key numbers of the IT operation supporting the Games
Changes continue to take place in the personal computing market as consumers prefer tablets
Nurturing new companies from the sector is seen as insurance policy against new attacks
The city government will promote a hackathon based on open data about the bus network
The government is developing its own equipment and will prioritize national companies for partnerships
President Dilma Rousseff requested the deployment of the in-house communications platform across all federal government bodies
Both devices are compatible with the local 4G technology.
The country has gone from "free" to "partly free" due to developments that took place in the last year.
Those in charge urgently need to understand that the free flow of information is the core of the country's infrastructure