Technology trends likely to dominate SA in 2022
Rein in radical expectations and analyse conditions unique to SA before planning for tech trends that will invigorate the medium-sized business space in 2022.
Locstat touts graph tech as next frontier in digitalisation
Graph technology is computationally efficient in delivering complex queries at scale, says the local software company.
The urgent need for a radical approach to cyber security
Immunisation or ‘vaccination’ against the effects of a cyber virus and related threats after they have been downloaded represents a radical shift in thinking and strategy.
Finding the right security for midsize business
Cloud-managed networks must integrate seamlessly with advanced security solutions for two-factor authentication and next-generation firewall features.
Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO
The company’s board of directors unanimously appoints Parag Agrawal as CEO and a member of the board, effective immediately.
Next business stress test: Content management modernisation
Cloud computing, artificial intelligence and external vendors/partners are essential to future-fit content strategies. So, do you feel stressed yet?
Assupol ups digital transformation amid insurtech surge
Chief information officer Nomthi Nelwamondo says the insurer is accelerating its investments in digital technologies to stay ahead of the game.
What to consider when modernising mainframes
Forward-thinking firms want to leverage today's advanced analytics platforms, as well as scalable cloud services, but a few issues must be put on the radar first.
Inspired Testing opens registration for new academy courses
The global software testing company opens registration for a series of four new courses being offered from early 2022 as part of its Inspired Academy.
Simplifying network management to create a smarter network
Cloud-managed networks have key software features that reduce the burden on IT staff, while delivering business-class service, reliability and flexibility for years to come.
Four things to do with the time saved by bringing AI into IT operations
Implementing a tool such as IBM Watson AIOps in an IT operations environment means you don’t have to spend all day looking at events scrolling by on a screen.