AlgoSec delivers automated application connectivity
AlgoSec Security Management Suite provides IT and security experts with comprehensive visibility and control over security across their entire hybrid environment.
Karooooo fights off COVID-19 impact in Q3
The JSE-listed firm sees growing demand from enterprises wanting to digitally transform their businesses to remain competitive.
Microsoft plans metaverse dominance with Activision Blizzard
Taking part in what is the biggest tech merger and acquisition to date reflects Microsoft’s desire to dominate the metaverse, says GlobalData.
SAP appoints new president of EMEA South region
The German software giant names Emmanuel Raptopoulos as president of its EMEA South region, which comprises Southern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Oracle’s Johannesburg data centre goes live
The US-based enterprise software giant lights up its Johannesburg-based data centre almost three years after it was first announced, taking on Azure and AWS.
What are the benefits of Microsoft Dynamics 365?
Microsoft Dynamics 365 unifies all the CRM apps you utilise, making the sales process simpler and more streamlined.
Microsoft to buy gaming firm Activision Blizzard for $68.7bn
When the transaction closes, Microsoft will become the world’s third-largest gaming company by revenue, behind Tencent and Sony.
Cisco Cloud ACI from BCX Data Networks
Cisco Cloud ACI provides simplified operations, consistent policy management and visibility across multiple on-premises data centres and public clouds or hybrid cloud environments.
Hello SASE. Goodbye SD-WAN?
SD-WAN provides the foundation for a SASE-enabled architecture, delivering protected, anywhere, anytime access, says Hardus Dippenaar, senior network architect at Datacentrix.
DAC assists Two Mountains in migrating to Office 365
The financial and burial services company was looking for a more cost-effective and integrated productivity suite that could also deliver telephony features.
AI to shape SaaS trends in SA
Artificial intelligence and machine learning will become a requirement for new solutions to create simplified operations, says Commvault’s Gerhard Fourie.