Acer Africa pins hopes on Google cable for Chrome Enterprise growth
What are cost-savvy CIOs doing today to reduce expenses?
In today’s tough economic climate, agile CIOs are turning to professionally-refurbished computing devices as a cost-effective option that can help keep jobs safe.
Hybrid learning: A potential solution to major social challenges
Logitech has been collaborating with educators around the world to support online learning and make teachers’ work easier.
Remote work expectations high among businesses
Like much of the workforce, a vast majority of companies expect post-pandemic work to be remote at least half the time, shows a Lenovo survey.
NSFAS opens online order channel for student laptops
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme calls on qualifying students to use its online portal to order their laptop devices.
How Fujikura developed Arc Fusion Splicing Machines with PAS
Fujikura currently offers two types of splicing machine technologies, which are fully ruggedised for shock, moisture and dust resistance and are suitable to operate in harsh conditions.
Wanderbox micro, the pivotal remote working toolkit for small offices
Far South Networks introduces the Wanderbox micro, a PBX appliance packaged with 3CX software, delivering enterprise communications services to small businesses.
Over 100 laptops snatched from Limpopo departmental office
Rural development minister Thoko Didiza slams the thuggery that resulted in the theft of over 100 laptops from the departmental office in Limpopo.
IEC outlines tech innovation in run-up to elections
The Independent Electoral Commission tells Parliament that new tech devices and systems are being prepared ahead of this year’s local government elections.
Nokia refreshes phone line-up with six new phones
HMD Global unveils new devices across the Nokia X, G and C series range, as it faces fierce competition from Huawei and Samsung.
Rectron, Newland ID lock in distribution deal
The local ICT distributor adds Newland ID, a manufacturer of barcode scanners, to its distribution network.
Disposing e-waste, IT hardware carelessly now incurs penalties
In terms of SA’s POPI Act, negligent loss of certain information will expose your company and directors to possible fines, penalties, reputational damage and jail time.