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1:40

Webinar: Security, availability vital as edge computing grows

Security, availability increasingly important as edge computing uptake grows

3:10

Poor connectivity hampers IOT deployment in mining sector

If the mining sector is to get the most out of its growing investment in IOT, there are significant challenges to overcome, says a new report.

4:40

COVID-19 transforming government IT

The advent of COVID-19 has, in many instances, sped up digitisation initiatives in the public sector.

4:50

South African first – Digital Plumber Training Programme

SqwidNet partners with the Institute of Plumbing South Africa to transform plumber training in the industry.

5:30

Fighting the pandemic: The advancing role of technology

COVID-19 will be a significant catalyst for digital transformation, particularly when it comes to alternatives to personal contact and touch interfaces.

4:10

Faster 4IR adoption could cushion COVID-19 economic blow

Digital technologies can spur new business growth and help existing business survive through the pandemic, says Matone Ditlhake, CEO of Corridor Africa Technologies.

4:10

Hiring spree at Vodacom-backed IoT.nxt

The company is likely to appoint approximately 100 more employees before the end of 2020, while it sets its sights on expanding to the UK.

5:00

SAS, Microsoft partner

The partnership supports the companies’ shared vision to further democratise AI and analytics.

10:10

ICT Tenders: SITA, USAASA take centre stage

This week sees high action from SITA, while USAASA looks to supply TVs to indigent matriculants.

4:00

Closer to the edge

Bringing the Internet to African users, one data centre at a time.

3:10

Back to school, back to normality?

COVID-19 has changed the way schools will operate, and the education sector must adapt and adopt proposed measures to defend all parties against infection.

3:50

How 5G is poised to change the world

5G opens up a whole new range of opportunities for businesses and should lead to something of a technological revolution, says Intdev.