Silicon Valley software engineering school opens in Joburg
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Dell Technologies makes hybrid work more efficient with responsibly made devices and secure and agile IT infrastructure solutions.
Academy sees uptick in applications, employability
SA's Explore Data Science Academy witnesses a rise in applications, amid the boom in the local data centre space.
WEF releases global quantum computing governance principles
An equitable framework is crucial to address the future risks of quantum computing, says the WEF.
Technologies that will reinvent our digital future
Edge computing has gained pace with the rise in IOT devices and data proliferation, says Mohammed Amin, SVP – MERAT at Dell Technologies.
Re-engineering the document management system
A DMS ensures that a contract between multiple parties is sound and can stand up legally in court if necessary, says Carla De Abreu, business development manager at e4.
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.
No relief from semiconductor shortages in 2022
A perfect storm of risk factors will result in global electronic component supply chain constraints lingering until 2023 and beyond, says ABI Research.
Hybrid work, education get 4K+ boost with Surface Hub 2S
The all-in-one collaboration device brings remote participants into the conference room.
Ransomware sets its sights on IOT/OT
Ransomware attacks can not only cost companies money and lose business, they can also put human lives at risk in the OT/IOT environment, says Tumi Masobe, business development manager at Axiz.
Wisenet named a finalist in Cloud Awards
The company has been shortlisted in the category “Best Software as a Service – outside USA”.
App trends to watch in 2022
On a practical level, 5G will make mobile payments quicker and more secure as biometric data for identification can be managed more seamlessly.