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Fujitsu leverages blockchain to tackle fraud, piracy

Fujitsu customers deploying the DocumentFlow enterprise blockchain app can track and verify the legitimacy of any digital asset.


SARS suspends IT boss

The revenue authority suspends its embattled IT boss, pending a disciplinary process in respect of misconduct allegations.


R150K investment in librarian robot Libby pays off

The University of Pretoria’s Department of Library Services has no regrets in purchasing Africa’s first librarian robot.


E-government MEC pushes for youth skills boost

Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko urges ICT companies to partner with government to develop essential skills programmes to train unemployed youth.


Four key steps to digital transformation

Try and build a simple model of the business and how you intend to operate in this era, says Dave Ives, chief customer officer at Altron Karabina.


Digitisation demands a new security mindset

Companies need to strike a balance between security and availability, says Nexio.


The cloud’s impact on our skies

Nacelle Aviation explores the challenges facing airlines today and the role of technology in keeping them up to speed.


Smart cities top Gartner’s hype cycle for Africa

The research firm identifies three technologies, including smart cities and IOT, which will have considerable business impact on Africa’s ICT sector within 10 years.


Into the unknown

Team Synthesis – Into the Unknown heads to Rodrigues, a remote island in the Indian Ocean, for Expedition Africa.


3D printing tech tipped as key for medical industry

A new report shows 3D printing technology will disrupt the way personalised medicine is provided, with a market forecast to reach $8.1 billion by 2029.


ASUS SA debuts Republic of Gamers Invitational

rAge and the ROG Invitational will play out in front of more than 35 000 people from 27 to 29 September.