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3:50
Wednesday

Resilience as vital as it is difficult to achieve

In a digital world that is increasingly filled with new attack vectors and dangerous cyber criminals, companies need to build resilience to a wide range of risks.

2:10

Transform Microsoft Teams meetings with Poly solutions

Poly has introduced room solutions for Microsoft Teams, delivering a clutter-free environment for conference rooms of any size.

2:40

Genie – WhatsApp “shop by appointment” platform for Africa

Genie.bot is an AI-based chatbot service launched for consumers to book a slot for a safe and comfortable shopping experience.

4:30

Stratus updates ztC Edge platform

The company delivers an enhanced Edge Computing experience for partners and end-users.

5:20

Govt looks to cloud to accelerate service delivery

Government is leveraging collaboration tools such as videoconferencing services to keep team members connected and engage with the public.

3:50

Tackling the scourge of deepfakes

The manner in which deepfakes are being abused to sow discord means it is more vital than ever to apply analytics to identify these early.

2:40

Your library’s success hinges on effective resource sharing

Tipasa is the first cloud-based interlibrary loan management system that automates routine borrowing and lending functions for individual libraries.

2:40

Government tweaks COVID-19 track and trace laws

The changes to the database regulations indicate the importance placed on the protection of the public’s right to privacy, says Webber Wentzel.

5:10

ITWeb Security Summit 2020: Talking honeypots and Gen1 deception

Modern cyber deception has largely eliminated the operational challenges associated with legacy deception deployments.

4:30

SA private hospitals step up tech efforts to fight COVID-19

Local private healthcare facilities Netcare, Mediclinic and Life Healthcare turn to tech to improve efficiency as the coronavirus sweeps through SA.

3:30

New AWS business to help customers succeed in space

Cloud computing provider Amazon Web Services extends its experience into space, unveiling a space and satellite business segment.