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4:10

Changing service model of IT departments

Cloud application platforms are also opportunities for IT to enable transformation, says Netsurit.

3:30

ConnectWise announces updates to executive leadership team

Company names new chief operations, finance, revenue and technology officers

6:20

Keeping the end up

What’s happening in the world of end-user devices?

6:50
Nov 27, 2019

2019 IT Personality, Visionary CIO named

Geekulcha co-founder Tiyani Nghonyama and Alexander Forbes group CIO Sandra La Bella walk away with the ICT industry’s most prestigious accolades.

1:30
Nov 26, 2019

Vodacom’s CTO Andries Delport calls it quits

After 23 years of service, Delport has resigned to pursue external interests with effect from May 2020.

5:50
Nov 21, 2019

Fear, resistance, skills shortages threaten SA’s 4IR progress

Lack of high-end skills and widespread fear of job losses could hamper SA’s fourth industrial revolution drive.

4:40
Nov 20, 2019

Trend Micro reveals security worries for 2020

5G implementations, cloud adoption, deepfakes and remote working spaces will pose security risks for organisations in 2020.

6:10

2019 trends in review: How SA got its purpose back

From key moments to benchmarks of progress, here’s how the tech game-changers of 2019 took place.

5:20
Nov 12, 2019

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Nov 11, 2019

Altron appoints group CIO

The company names Collin Govender group chief information officer with immediate effect.

2:30

SYSPRO strikes gold at Amasa Awards 2019

Built specifically for the food and beverage industry and equipped with a full traceability system, SYSPRO’s ERP removes risks commonly experienced in the supply chain.

5:40

CIO Survey 2019: IT budgets beat inflation

IT budget are mostly up, while SA's digital maturity is at a surprisingly low level, according to the country's top CIOs.