Smart cities and the importance of security
Smart cities come with smart digital technologies and the never-ending security threat, says Henk Olivier, MD of Ozone Information Technology Distribution.
Legal Issues in the Metaverse – part 2: commercial opportunities
There are numerous legal issues for businesses to consider when embarking on their metaverse offering.
The most disruptive development yet?
Internet of things commerce will pave the way for new-generation technologies covering logistics, inventory and supply chain management.
Fourth industrial revolution resistance in manufacturing
Trade unions and worker councils in SA’s manufacturing sector fight 4IR tech deployments amid job loss fears.
NTT to extend connected stadium to Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift
In a milestone for female cycling, NTT will bring fans closer to the action.
MTN, Huawei power Southern Africa’s first 5G metal mine
The companies partner Nkwe Platinum and SA Zijin Platinum to build the region’s first 5G-enabled smart metal mine.
Unlocking the full potential of the 5G ecosystem
There is an urgent need to use 5G-enabled technologies to accelerate a broader distribution of economic resilience, says Matone Ditlhake, CEO of Corridor Africa Technologies.
Digital insurance solutions cater for the modern consumer
The digitisation of the insurance process means insurers are using dynamic data to offer customers personalised premiums and products, says Dr Nolwandle Mgoqi, chief executive for long-term and short-term insurance at Standard Bank.
The changing role of surveillance in mining
Surveillance has become something that affects a company’s physical security measures as well as areas of IT and risk management, says Stephanie Rosenmayer, business unit manager at Datacentrix.
Lexmark named 2022 cloud print leader by Quocirca
In its Cloud Print Services Market Landscape 2022 report, Quocirca identified Lexmark as a leader based on its continued investment in the enhancement and expansion of its cloud services offerings.
Worldwide mobile data traffic growth doubles in two years
Sub-Saharan Africa’s mobile data traffic growth is on par globally, with SA and Kenya leading future upward trajectory.