MTN Business IoT Conference & Awards finalists announced

Developers of the overall winning solution will walk away with a prize valued at R200 000.


All set for Bloodhound 800km/h high-speed tests in SA

The team behind the Bloodhound Land Speed Record reveals the car aiming to claim a new world land speed record next year.


Exponential growth in IOT drives edge computing demands

Connectivity between IT and OT is critical to ensure future competitiveness; this requires bringing the data process close to where data is generated and consumed


SA's IP Convergence conference is back and bigger than ever!

MiRO’s IP-CON is an information and networking event for ICT stakeholders that showcases new IP-based technologies to prepare businesses for the future.


Why CISOs must look beyond cyber security community troubles

Not every CISO’s pain points are the same, as each business has a unique IT environment and therefore unique cyber security requirements.


SURVEY: Economic uncertainty is top concern for ICT channel

Results from The Margin’s channel survey show that last year’s positive sentiment has shifted, with more negativity creeping in.

14 Oct

IFS walks six months in its customers’ shoes

IFS has been first to use Aurena, its browser-based user interface.


Protect your critical infrastructure and manufacturing plants with Indegy and NU Africa.

IIOT brings major benefits but also risks to the business, says Stefan van de Giessen, GM of cyber security at Networks Unlimited Africa.

10 Oct

CIRT, AB InBev take IOT refrigerator solution to Barcelona

AB InBev’s IOT pilot project for its refrigerators receives international recognition and will be on show later this month in Barcelona.


Plumbing the depths of IOT

Plumbers have become key in driving water sustainability goals, leveraging new business models and helping deploy smart water solutions powered by the IOT, says Ushal Moonsamy, chief solutions officer at SqwidNet.


MS skills programmes to help SMEs pump R81bn into economy

The Azure data centres, combined with Microsoft’s skills development initiatives, will empower SMEs to contribute billions to SA’s economic growth by 2022, says the company.