IT spending in South Africa is forecast to increase by 2.4% from 2016 to reach R266bn in 2017, a 2.4 per cent increase from 2016, according to Gartner. Software is predicted to be the best-performing segment, with a 13.2% increase year on year (see Table 1).
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With the addition of Google Cloud Platform, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is now available on three major public cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
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GirlCode has announced the corporate sponsors for its #GirlCodeHack which is taking place from 5-6 August 2017, in celebration of Women's month. They are Standard Bank, Entelect Software, Recruit Digital, MTN, Microsoft, Boxfusion, Ericsson, and Domino's pizza.
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The second edition of the Women in ICT - Partnership for Change Awards, hosted by MTN in partnership with Kagiso Media and ITWeb's Brainstorm, is open for nominations from and for eligible female professionals working in the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector.
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At the recent Amazon Web Services summit, I had the chance to chat to Kabelo Makwane, managing director for Cloud First business at Accenture in sub-Saharan Africa. We discussed all things cloud and how the Accenture Cloud Platform enables companies to combine more than one cloud infrastructure and benefit by pooling multiple cloud infrastructures from various cloud solution providers.
Ilse van den Berg 17 Jul 2017
Data management consulting company, Gabsten Technologies, has introduced a backup and disaster recovery managed service to resellers that service the SMME market.
17 Jul 2017