In unforeseen situations, the application lets users record calls, pictures and videos, while also serving as a repository of evidence.
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1Fetch connects users with its drivers who deliver any item that falls within the maximum load capacity of 15kg.
The technology is quickly becoming the de facto development method for cloud technologies, says software company Warewolf.
The tech giant will pay over R150 000 to a US woman after the automatic update rendered her computer unusable.
Is there a middle ground when it comes to the developer-tester scenario?
Agile delivery lets enterprises be innovative, adaptive to change and grow revenue.
Overcoming barriers to big data adoption starts with the basics, like deciding whether it will even benefit the business.
Sometimes 'innovation' isn't all it's cracked up to be…
Bringing open source and open innovation together is changing the way business is done.
Analysis of company data presents numerous benefits and competitive advantage in business.
The fast pace of change in the digital age exacerbates the challenges faced by tertiary institutions.
If the application economy is the fuel that drives innovation, DevOps is the crucial component of that fuel.
The rate of technology change and the opportunities created are necessitating a new approach to IT strategy, management and investment. Customers need to break free from their traditional mode of operation by looking for ways to increase the pace of innovation and delivering business value. What does the future hold in store for us? How can we us technology to help make it matter? enterprise2020.com
The widening adoption of cloud computing in the enterprise is spurring the growth of a relatively new role in corporate IT – the service broker. So says Joseph Kim, senior director and GM of HP Propel at HP Software, who notes there are certain services that other service and cloud providers can provide to businesses much more efficiently and cost-effectively than IT. Click here to read the full interview.