Business Applications
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Yesterday

SYSPRO continues to innovate and deliver last-mile functionality

SYSPRO's latest ERP release positions it as a leader in cloud-native software, bot technology and AI, improving the way enterprises operate, says Paulo de Matos, Chief Product Officer for SYSPRO.

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Team collaborations not smart enough in SA

A recent smart teamwork survey explored the factors that impact the adoption of collaboration software tools.

4:00

City of Cape Town supports informal traders

The SAP deployment enhances economic inclusion among the city’s informal trade sector.

2:20

Bidfreight Port Operations invests in advanced EDR protection

It is using AD360, an automated and fully integrated security solution from the cloud with a light endpoint footprint, and requiring minimal resources.

3:30

Govt eyes IOT to assist distressed municipalities

Government identifies six municipalities where it will pilot Internet of things projects to help increase efficiencies and save costs.

2:50

CloudSmiths Africa appoints Jason Timm as MD

The software solutions provider names its co-founder as its new MD for the Africa region.

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Facebook workshops unlock digital skills for 3 000 entrepreneurs

The “Boost with Facebook” workshops will empower over 3 000 local businesses with digital marketing skills to propel their business growth.

5:50
7 Aug

What IBM’s Red Hat acquisition means for SA

The $34 billion deal is expected to bring strong penetration of open source multi-cloud offerings to local organisations and third-party providers, say analysts.

3:00

Fujitsu rated tops in Canalys vendor benchmark ranking

Fujitsu was top-rated for helping its channel partners in the EMEA region secure revenue and generate growth, and for its marketing and technical support.

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What is multi-cloud and why does it matter?

Multi-cloud lets companies use different cloud providers to avoid lock-in and aligns the best cost, performance requirements and security with specific use cases, workloads and applications, says Bernard Ford, CEO, One Channel.