Marilyn de Villiers
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More input required for PMO Insights research

The first formal research into the state project management offices in South Africa is underway - but more input is required.

8 Feb

Procure-to-pay in public sector

Automated P2P process in government departments is essential for clean audits.


DevOps the solution to open source vulnerabilities?

Two independent surveys come to a similar conclusion regarding a solution to reduce the risk of open source software vulnerabilities: DevOps.

31 Jan

The Linux Foundation brings order to the edge

A new organisation, LF Edge, aims to develop an open, interoperable framework for IOT and edge computing.


Amazon Web Services boosts open source credentials

The Amazon cloud computing unit's artificial intelligence development tool, SageMaker Neo, is now available as an open source project.

25 Jan

Microsoft acquires another open source company

Hot on the heels of its GitHub acquisition, Microsoft snaps up another open source firm, emphasising its commitment to the open source ethos.


GitHub calls for input on open source sustainability

GitHub wants open source software developers and maintainers to share the difficulties and challenges they face in ensuring the sustainability of their projects.

Dec 11, 2018

IoT.nxt's energy-saving project set to drive US expansion

Schools in Florida, US, are experiencing up to 15% savings in energy consumption thanks to a solution developed by South Africa's IoT.nxt.

Nov 30, 2018

PMOs must embrace disruption

Four steps that today's project management offices should take to disrupt themselves in order to survive the disruptive forces all around them.


WhiteSource: New approach needed to deal with open source vulnerabilities

The development of standard practices and centralised location of 'fixes' will go a long way towards resolving open source security issues, says WhiteSource.


Further transformation ahead for open source industry

Muggie van Staden, MD of Obsidian Systems, weighs in on the four major deals in the open source software arena in the past year and predicts more ahead.


Embrace digital disruption through collaboration

In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed (Charles Darwin).