Cloud poses new risks and calls a new threat model, warns Jared Naude, Synthesis.
Identity will soon have a universal standard, predicts Okta's Justin Doo.
Customer experience matters today more than ever, because we are all consumers, says Genesys.
Although cloud computing adoption is low among SA SMEs, there are software-as-a-service solutions to most of their problems, says BCX's Dr Nkosi Kumalo.
The application owners must decide where their apps reside, and this is driving a shift in how IT and enterprises operate, says VMware's Dave Funnell.
Morphisec identifies a sophisticated campaign that delivers the Orcus Remote Access Trojan.
Crypto-miners dominate the threat landscape, impacting 37% of organisations around the world, says Check Point.
Delegates attending ITWeb Cloud Summit 2019 will gain an understanding of how they can leverage cloud technologies to streamline business processes.
Cloud computing can help to bring a contact centre's data to one place, says Elingo's Karl Reed.
In the Cloud 2.0 era, the barriers to harnessing the flood of data have been removed, says Huawei's Farouk Osman Latib.
Content and customer experience teams must be thoroughly trained in all aspects of the GDPR, says Tim Walters of the Content Advisory.
Companies should properly vet third-parties and the resources they bring on board, says Dirco's Rapule Kgalaki.
Kirsten Doyle is ITWeb contributor.