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What to expect at this year's Gartner Symposium

The Cape Town event is the "first of the season" for Gartner, says research VP Jeffrey Mann.


Calling all nominations for ICT industry's top awards

This is the last week to submit nominations for this year's IT Personality and the Visionary CIO awards.


Robotic tech eases load on repetitious jobs

Intelligent process automation is where robotic process automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence form the building blocks to automate mundane and repetitive tasks in businesses.


Six pillars of IT financial transparency

CIOs making long-term changes on the financial side of their IT organisation need a framework to plan for them, says Jim McGittigan, research VP at Gartner.


When 80% is good enough in project management

Will speed replace accuracy as the measure of project success? According to Axelos, it will.


Nominations for ICT industry's top awards are open

The Institute of IT Professionals SA calls for nominations for this year's IT Personality and Visionary CIO awards.


Cloud gives on-premises a run for its money

A survey shows interest in cloud-based solutions has surpassed that of on-premises, as costs come down.


AI in almost every new software product by 2020

By 2020, artificial intelligence technologies will be virtually pervasive in almost every new software product and service, says Gartner.


IIOT to present many challenges, opportunities

The growth in industrial IOT adoption in SA will result in significant opportunities, and some challenges too, say experts.

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