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Samsung Gear VR and Samsung Gear 360 will be experienced for the first time in South Africa attendees of ITWeb's Enterprise Mobility Summit.
The company donated a 40 inch TV, along with tables and chairs, toys, school bags and other school supplies, and also spent the afternoon with the children.
What can some of SA's top technology thought leaders add to the debate around this intangible concept?
Is your printing worth the paper it's on?
Hyper-convergence and Web-scale IT create an invisible infrastructure that is consolidated, aligned, scalable and manageable.
No really, what is hyper-convergence, in real terms?
Superficially concerned corporate culture often contradicts the progressive environmental strides made by tech companies.
Buying a server is easier than ever. But which route to go?
Microsoft's developer strategy will be crucial to overcoming the might of its chief rival.
Microsoft's mobile strategy impresses despite some key shortcomings.
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ITWeb Enterprise Mobility Summit
24 & 25 August / The Forum, Bryanston
Keynote address: Enterprise mobility 2016 and beyond
Join Anesu Charamba, ICT team leader at Frost & Sullivan Africa and find out where enterprise mobility fits within the wider digital transformation of organisations, and how this will contribute to future growth.
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