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1:50

Xerox presents VersaLink and AltaLink printers

Learn about these products by watching the videos on the Xerox Corp YouTube site and the Xerox Support YouTube site.

3:10

SA’s R1bn Yekani smart factory faces liquidation

The electronics factory, which many believed would compete with international giants such as Apple, Huawei and Samsung, faces bankruptcy.

0:30
Thursday

eBook: The factory of the future

How disruptive technologies and megatrends will shape manufacturing.

2:10

HP Elite Dragonfly launches to ICT channel

Drive Control Corporation will distribute the sub-1kg two-in-one laptop to its South African and SADC channel partners.

5:10

DionWired 'felt like a ghost town'

The retail space in SA is saturated and online sales are becoming more prominent in the electronics space, say analysts.

6:40

Performance testing for digital transformation

Performance testing should be part of our daily sprints, and with the right tools correctly implemented, it becomes easier to find user paths to track and optimise UX, says Bruce Zaayman, director of Inspired Testing.

2:30
14 Jan

The most affordable way for your business to upgrade its IT? Finance deals from iStore Business

iStore Business has innovative options for funding your IT equipment, including rental or trade-ins, while getting the best costings in the market.

1:30

Massmart’s DionWired to retrench staff

The company offers counselling services to over 1 400 employees who will be retrenched.

4:30

An electrifying game-changer

With certain disruptive technologies in the market having little to do with IT, the next big game-changer will be electric vehicles, says Pierre Spies, CEO of Alviva Holdings.

3:50
30 Dec

SA still has a lot to give, says Lenovo

With the country’s PC market on the decline, the Chinese multinational sees many opportunities in South Africa.

3:10

Providing practical, scaleable solutions to South Africa’s technological skills deficit

We are well into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), as evidenced by the digitisation of information and automation of most business functions.