Netsurit drives on-demand scalability for Fuel Online

Netsurit has ensured Fuel Online's business continuity by extending the lifespan of its legacy system while migrating customers to its new business platform.


3D printing tech tipped as key for medical industry

A new report shows 3D printing technology will disrupt the way personalised medicine is provided, with a market forecast to reach $8.1 billion by 2029.


DCC distributes Canon G-series printers in SA, SADC

The G-Series range is optimised for smaller business environments that require extensive functionality coupled with affordability.

15 Aug

MTN recovers R1m stolen batteries

With the help of SAPS, the telco recovers batteries to the value of almost R1 million in the past week alone.


Gauteng principals receive smart tools of trade

To deal with the lack of basic communications infrastructure, the provincial education department hands over the latest smartphones to empower school heads.


Serverless printing as a service soars

Blue Label Technology Distribution is showing organisations up to 200% return on investment in print infrastructure management.


Fujitsu paves the way to exascale computing

Fujitsu hands over ultra-high-performance computing cluster for release to operations at University of Edinburgh as part of a Horizon 2020 research project.

12 Aug

Insurance companies struggle with digital transformation

Paper and digital can find a way to coexist and business processes can become more consistent, says Lexmark.


Drones, cameras to boost safety patrols on Table Mountain

The Department of Tourism introduces a number of safety measures, including drones, to ensure greater safety on Table Mountain.


Samsung unboxes Galaxy Note10

The company unveils its new line of premium smartphones, including a wearable device and tablet.


Samsung beats Apple, Huawei on mobile network experience

Samsung users experience faster download speeds than those using Apple and Huawei smartphones in most of the countries analysed by Opensignal.