Advertise on ITWeb         Thu, 21 Sep, 23:29:04 PM
Section editor: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
The world of IT infrastructures

As the company and the digitalisation of its business processes grows, so too does the need for commensurate physical IT hardware, says Rittal.

White Papers

Why every ERP project needs a champion

One Channel asked three project leaders what they thought was most important for the success of their Acumatica cloud-based ERP implementation.

White Papers

Business disaster recovery strategies

Veeam Software looks at some things today that will help you more easily plan for a disaster-related outage, so that you can survive it.


10 steps to better application and network performance

Identifying your important applications and staying ahead of their performance has become more difficult than ever, says Riverbed.

White Papers

Adaptive IT infrastructures

The AC4DC project aims to counteract the trend of rising energy demand in data centres by managing existing IT and infrastructure systems more efficiently.


Data centre infrastructure management software improves planning

The market for data centre infrastructure management systems will grow from $500 million in 2010 to $7.5 billion by 2020, says the Uptime Institute.

White Papers

Hacked: Small businesses in the cross-hairs

Bouncing back after an attack is easier said than done - especially considering the average cost of an attack.

White Papers

Multi-cloud strategies

Why data and workload management are key.


Optimise data centre cooling with effective control systems

Given its large energy footprint, optimising the cooling system provides a significant opportunity to reduce energy costs.

Read More

Company news


Top news


18 October | Focus Rooms, Sunninghill
ITWeb Industry Tech Update 2017
Toby Shapshak, editor-in-chief and publisher, Stuff magazine Tech update: How innovation is better in Africa
Toby Shapshak, editor-in-chief and publisher, Stuff magazine
Africa's solutions can benefit the rest of the world because they work in the harshest environments.