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3:30

Cybereason ransomware study reveals true cost to business

Eighty percent of organisations that paid a ransom demand were hit again, and 66% reported significant loss of revenue.

0:30
Friday

eBook: Cybereason vs ransomware

Undefeated in the fight against ransomware.

1:40
Thursday

Transnet suffers ‘disruption’ of IT systems

The state-owned company says it is experiencing disruption in some of its IT applications, and the source of this problem is being identified.

3:00

Supply chain digital acceleration critical to fruitful post-pandemic economy: Epicor

The key takeaway from the Insights Report is that leaders of midsize businesses across the supply chain are bullish about growth fuelled on investment in cloud-ready technologies.

4:30

Network disaster recovery plans an insurance policy for business

Without network services, a company is simply not able to properly execute its business operations and move data within the infrastructure, says Stefan van de Giessen, GM: Cybersecurity at Networks Unlimited.

1:40

Marsh on the rise of cyber threats

Gaps in preparedness versus perception of preparedness leave organisations vulnerable to immediate and long-term disruptions.

5:00

Insurers won’t pay for looted, damaged ICT infrastructure

Local insurance companies will not directly pay out for ICT infrastructure destroyed during the unrest; however, they are liaising with state-owned insurer SASRIA.

1:50

Donations roll in to help community broadcasters rebuild

Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams lauds donations to rebuild community radio stations vandalised during the spate of looting in SA.

3:40

Post-looting clean-up movements intensify on social media

Clean-up and rebuilding campaigns gain momentum on social media, as more patriotic South Africans and brands offer their services free of charge.

5:00

KwaZulu-Natal’s BPO sector feels brunt of unrest, looting

While some business process outsourcing operations relied on work-from-home solutions in the aftermath of the violence, others were severely impacted.

2:10
Monday

Telkom picks up the pieces after unrest in SA

The telco urges customer patience as it rehabilitates vandalised infrastructure in the aftermath of the riots that engulfed KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.

5:20

Traditional storage is no longer an option

Many organisations are seeing the benefits of adopting scale-out immutable storage solutions that eliminate many issues afflicting traditional data storage methods.