Enterprise Architecture

Public cloud spending to exceed $200bn in 2019

The fastest-growing segment of the market is cloud system infrastructure services, says Gartner.


ZTE, China Mobile claim industry first

The companies have completed the industry's first CloudOS and commercial SDN system decoupling test in NFV architecture.

10 Sep

JSE eyes high-tech to boost trading, clearing functions

The stock exchange is focusing on integrating its trading platform, as well as investing in cutting-edge technologies this year.


The Rise of the API Economy

The future is arriving faster than expected and businesses need to evolve even faster to keep up.


Data now more important than ever, says Commvault

Companies need to take a pro-active approach to understanding and managing data, says Nigel Williams, EMEA senior director of marketing at Commvault.


AI in the workplace and beyond

The opportunities are endless for artificial intelligence in the workplace, as well as in day-to-day life, says Peter Serati, chief technology architect at Alteram Solutions.


Ivo Velitchkov to present keynote at ITWeb's BPA Summit

Independent management consultant and international speaker Ivo Velitchkov will address the ITWeb Business Process Automation Summit, on 22 November, in Bryanston.

22 Aug

Shift to 'permit and control' shadow IT

IT departments are under increasing pressure to acknowledge shadow IT and go beyond merely sanctioning its use to actively supporting it.

Aug 16, 2018

Vox outsources data centre management to Teraco

The company cites logistics constraints and inability to scale as the main reasons for shutting down its Waverley data centre.

Aug 2, 2018

ICT Tenders: Hardware gets its turn

An education-driven National Tender Bulletin sees favour for hardware providers.


Going bi-modal in an open environment

Bi-modal can facilitate an integrated way of storing data securely, managing it and analysing it in an almost real-time environment.