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Computing

Artificial Intelligence threatens a jobless future

Artificial Intelligence will lead to a crisis in certain industries, as massively disruptive technologies replace jobs, say experts.

Business

Qlik buys Industrial CodeBox

The company behind QVSource allows Qlik Sense and QlikView users to include data from cloud-based sources.

TechForum

Beyond speed

The next-generation database needs to deliver consistency in application performance and data protection, says Stefan Voss, director of Technical Marketing - EMC Core Technology Division.

Software

Embarcadero announces release updates

It has released the 10.1 versions of RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi, featuring an array of new and enhanced capabilities.

Security

Smart cities' IOT initiatives may pose business threats

Smart cities' IOT initiatives could pose several threats to business safety, wellbeing and privacy of organisations, warn security experts.

Financial

Microsoft revenue, profit miss estimates

Latest results show Microsoft's high-profile cloud business cannot quite make up for a slowing PC market.

Computing

Application command centres will improve business performance

Poor performance of BI tools is the main challenge facing organisations in delivering value, says Riverbed's Thomas Schuchmann.

Hardware

Samsung rules SA's smartphone market

Samsung is SA's most popular smartphone, followed by Apple and Huawei, according to mobile phone comparison Web site Phonefinder.

Internet

Online portal compares financial products

Fincheck.co.za is a financial products comparison portal which compares different prices on financial products from various financial institutions.



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