Anamika Budree
SMBs: Data without borders, back-up without worries

[Anamika Budree] The world is becoming more and more digital. Even in smaller companies not directly operating in the technology industry, a great amount of data is created for every single process...

Posted 5 days ago | Like
Perry Hutton
Health-care industry - the next cybercrime target?

Health-care industry - the next cybercrime target?[Perry Hutton] Health-care systems, from electronic health records to medical devices, are more vulnerable than many of us realise - and the stakes are too high to ignore...

Posted 18 days ago | Like
Roane Swindon
How to back up your files

[Roane Swindon] In our digital age, hard copies are generally a thing of the past unless you're paranoid...

Posted 22 days ago | Like
Sufyan Mkwanda
Microsoft has finally listened: Windows 10 is here

[Sufyan Mkwanda] If you are like me and adapt to change easily you will love this post. If not, you will have to broaden your horizons and adapt as technology is constantly changing...

Posted 24 days ago | Like
Sufyan Mkwanda
On premises vs the cloud - What to consider before migrating contact centres

[Sufyan Mkwanda] The cloud is currently one of the biggest buzzwords, or some may say 'IT jargon', in the IT space, and is also the topic of many business discussions around the contact centre environment...

Posted 29 days ago | Like
Lionel Moyal
Mobile apps help government connect with citizens, enhance service delivery

[Lionel Moyal] Smart cities are fast becoming a reality across the globe, driven by the interconnectedness of devices that communicate and provide information that leads to intelligent automation, decision and actions...

Posted 24 days ago | Like
Evan-Lee Courie
Hisense launches revolutionary tablet and smartphone

[Evan-Lee Courie] Hisense is set to revolutionise South Africa's tablet market with the introduction of the Sero 8 Pro (F5281), reportedly the thinnest Android tablet in the country to date; as well as what is described as 'the most affordable metal smartphone in South Africa'...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Mitchell Barker
What does Unified Communications mean for VoIP?

[Mitchell Barker] After seeing a television commercial for Apple's new iPhone 6, a friend in the US noted that it featured someone speaking on the handset and then quipped: "People actually still do that?"...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Lutz Blaeser
Mobile malvertising skyrockets

[Lutz Blaeser] As the use of mobile devices continues to skyrocket, so do the number of threats aimed at the platform. Due to their rise in popularity, mobile devices have also become a target for malicious advertising or 'malvertising'...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Michael Frans
Digital transformation is essential for competitiveness in the automotive industry

[Michael Frans] The automotive sector is currently faced with a number of challenges. These are driven by trends, such as the rise of new growth markets, changing consumer behaviour, an increasing need for greater fuel economy...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Chemory Gunko
POPI and your website security

[Chemory Gunko] The Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Bill holds untold benefits for South African businesses looking to participate in the global marketplace...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Ayanda Dlamini
How ICT and skills will sustain each other in developing Africa

[Ayanda Dlamini] ICTs can develop skills, which in turn can develop the ICT sector, in a 'benefit cycle' that can propel Africa into the mainstream knowledge economy, but more effort is needed to get this wheel rolling...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Doros Hadjizenonos
2015: the year when businesses safeguard themselves from cybercrime

[Doros Hadjizenonos] Last year was a difficult time for businesses when it came to cybercrime...

Posted 2 months ago | Like
Eckart Zollner
Signed, WACS and delivered - now what? The opportunity for West and Central Africa

[Eckart Zollner] Construction of the USD650 million West Africa Cable System (WACS) began in 2009 and was completed in April 2011. On target, a little over a year later (11 May, 2012) the first traffic ran over the cable - from South Africa and Namibia, two countries that probably have the most advanced terrestrial fibre network in sub-Saharan Africa and the highest rates of Internet connectivity and most smartphones.

Posted 2 years ago | Like
Eckart Zollner
2014 lays the groundwork for major change in the local telecoms space

2014 lays the groundwork for major change in the local telecoms space[Eckart Zollner] There has been much investment in the South African telecoms market over the past few years, particularly with regard to undersea and terrestrial fibre backbone networks, as well as wireless mobile coverage.

Posted 10 months ago | Like
Eckart Zollner
Infrastructure sharing: new partnerships needed in SA

Infrastructure sharing: new partnerships needed in SA[Eckart Zollner] In South Africa, it's not surprising to see a street dug up in quick succession by three different telecoms network providers, all laying their own fibre optic cables. There's no sharing here, not even of installation costs. Dark fibre is very expensive to install, pricing reflects that cost.

Posted 9 months ago | Like
Eckart Zollner
Video on Demand to drive requirement for carrier neutral POPs in Africa

Video on Demand to drive requirement for carrier neutral POPs in Africa[Eckart Zollner] Video on Demand (VoD), the ability to access specific video content at a convenient time and place on a convenient device through the internet, has previously been an unfeasible technology in much of Africa as it requires large amounts of affordable, available and reliable bandwidth in order to operate...

Posted 2 months ago | Like
Martin Doyle
Is your CRM data the elephant in the room?

[Martin Doyle] As businesses look to the year ahead, budgets are being finalised and strategy is being discussed...

Posted 2 months ago | Like (1)
Keith Fenner
How the 'Third Platform' will bring disruption, change and opportunity to your business

[Keith Fenner] The third platform is currently described as the convergence of four technology trends on business. These trends are mobility, cloud, social and big data - they fundamentally change the way people and businesses relate to technology...

Posted 3 months ago | Like (1)