CrowdStrike releases global survey results

The CrowdStrike Global Security Attitude Survey reveals a fear of state-sponsored and ransomware attacks pose a danger of stifling future business growth in a post-COVID-19 world.


National Treasury looks to tech forensics

The Office of the Accountant-General requires forensic investigation firms that have digital or cyber resources, says National Treasury.


Rockwell Automation, Stratus team up

The companies power rapid deployment of Industry 4.0 process architectures with PlantPAx 5.0 running on ztC Edge.


Distribution centres – at the heart of everything

Using the Honeywell CK65 Cold Storage Model, a single team member can scan multiple items from a single location, and without venturing too far into the cold storage unit.


Help home-based employees to avoid being fleeced this Black Friday

Because of COVID-19 and many people still working from home, this year is likely to see a surge of first-time online shoppers, says Marc Seymour, MD of TRG.


Cyber hygiene for system health and online security

Implementation of two-factor and multi-factor authentication is necessary to create strong access management, particularly when it comes to sensitive network areas, says Stefan van de Giessen, GM: Cybersecurity at Networks Unlimited Africa.


Mainframe protection for a hybrid IT world

Run a no-cost Automated Mainframe Security Health Check with CA Southern Africa to eliminate guesswork, says Dolf Snyman, BU lead: Broadcom Mainframe Solutions at CA Southern Africa.


Netsurit earns Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialisation

The specialisation is validation of a partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience and expertise in deploying, scaling and securing virtual desktop infrastructure on Azure.

24 Nov

Video: How to save money on your Oracle bill with the flexibility of IBM Power Systems

IBM Systems UKI #BrunchandLearn presents Petra Bührer, global sales leader, Power Systems AIX and IBMi.


Top emerging technologies to watch in 2021

Autonomous vehicles, plastic recycling tech and natural language processing tools are among Lux Research’s top emerging technologies to watch in 2021.


When the work computer is the personal computer

A new study from Mimecast indicates 74% of South African respondents admitted to extensively using company devices for personal matters.

19 Nov

Japan's Fugaku retains title as world's fastest supercomputer

Fugaku, which is being developed jointly by RIKEN and Fujitsu based on Arm technology, has taken the top spot in the major high-performance computer rankings.