VMware gets top product scores from Gartner

The company received the highest product scores for two of the three defined use cases in Gartner's Critical Capabilities for WAN Edge Infrastructure.


Netskope uncovers a new family of IaaS adware

The malware generates revenue through ads related to Bitcoin mining and fake search engines.


Robotics, drone spend to reach $115.7bn in 2019

Robotics systems will have a larger share of spending compared to aerial drones throughout the five-year forecast period, says IDC.


First threats in a post-phishing world emerge

Many e-mail clients are built right into operating systems and can facilitate lateral movement for attackers, says XM Cyber.


Local AI start-up taps into Nvidia expertise

Kriterion joins the Nvidia Inception programme, which is designed to nurture start-ups in artificial intelligence and data sciences.


Tips to get SMEs on top of their finances

Businesses often close for a few weeks at the end of the year, but this should only happen once budgets for 2019 have been planned, says Gary Epstein, MD at EasyBiz.


Cyber thieves employ new tricks to rob banks

The attacks, dubbed DarkVishnya, all use an unknown device directly connected to the target's local network, says Kaspersky Lab.


Application quality assurance testing: what can SA learn?

There is a clear trend towards more agile development and DevOps activities, says Raffi Margaliot, senior VP and GM of Application Delivery Management Product Group at Micro Focus.


Driving transformation, superior guest experiences in hospitality

Hospitality organisations that don't meet their customers' need for a digital presence and mobile operations will soon become irrelevant, says Jane Thomson, MD at EOH Infor Services.


Microsoft data centres to impact local insurance market

SA's two locations provide geographic redundancy capability, so data replication can happen within the country for backup and recovery purposes, says Lee Kuyper, COO of SilverBridge Holdings.

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IBM to sell some of its software products to HCL for $1.8bn

The technology giant will sell seven of its products to Indian software services exporter HCL Technologies.