National digital skills initiative targets grade 12 graduates
Ransomware sets its sights on IOT/OT
Ransomware attacks can not only cost companies money and lose business, they can also put human lives at risk in the OT/IOT environment, says Tumi Masobe, business development manager at Axiz.
Digital transformation in SA's public sector
If we take the concept of the IOT and tap into the internet of people, perhaps we can gather all the data needed to overcome some of our challenges, says Murshid Obaray, key account director at Software AG.
CES 2022 wraps on a high note
The Consumer Electronics Show has concluded following a week filled with thousands of innovative product debuts showcasing technologies aimed to better the world.
How AI will influence the next generation of IT
Businesses looking to invest in AI must be aware of two driving factors: AI’s high cost of adoption and privacy, says ViC IT.
Microsoft backs The Awareness Company in agritech push
The agritech programme will enable smallholder farmers to improve efficiencies in their farming operations through the use of operational insights.
Is South Africa ready for the fourth industrial revolution?
SA, and possibly Cape Town in particular, can become Africa's Silicon Valley, but we need to create an eco-system of support for all internet of things start-ups.
MTN to drive 5G in Nigeria after acquiring spectrum licence
The telco successfully bids to acquire one of two 100MHz spectrum licences in the 3.5GHz spectrum band auctioned by the Nigerian Communications Authority.
Learning for tomorrow: The future of technology
Modern technology careers place a greater emphasis on continual learning and pivoting.
Partner Elite and Karoobos Investments invest in IoTdc
The investors are excited about this partnership because IoTdc is also supporting and enabling a number of smaller IOT solution providers.
Enterprise 5.0: Unlocking the value of 4IR
People are the missing ingredient in 4IR, says Willie Ackermann, chief sales and marketing officer at 4Sight.
Five healthcare trends as observed by Gijima Technology Solutions
The South African healthcare sector needs to move fast to adopt new trends based on global standards, says Shubna Harilal, MD, Gijima Technology Solutions.