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Taking a business global

BPM enables centralised control and regional agility across continents, says FlowCentric Technologies.


Open source code to be preserved for 1 000 years

GitHub will be burying open source code in the permafrost of the Arctic Circle in an effort to preserve it for at least 1000 years.


GitHub on a mission to up open source security

GitHub has joined forces with industry heavyweights to make the world'd open source software more secure.


Open source gains database management ground

A survey shows that open-source software for database management is becoming increasingly popular as users seek to avoid vendor lock-in and reduce costs.


To document or not to document project outcomes?

PMOs in Gauteng put the practice of documenting project failures and successes under the spotlight and agreed to disagree on the subject.


SA business lags with Agile philosophy adoption

While Agile is maturing at IT team level, the methodology is yet to be embraced as a way to achieve enterprise-wise business agility.


Shining a light on business risk

Process visibility is key to enterprise risk management.

Oct 29, 2019

Cloud boom on the cards as local data centres open

Dana Cinman of Obsidian Systems expects local businesses will still operate cautiously in the cloud, running their critical workloads in parallel with the on-premises systems.


Report reveals gap between C-suite executives and PMOs

The long-awaited PMO Insight Report reveals a disconnect between SA executives and their PMOs in terms of expectations and delivery.

Oct 21, 2019

Virtual reality becomes real in the corporate arena

Team VR, a multi-player corporate training tool, was launched in South Africa last week.

Oct 21, 2019

How data management is changing

Data management in hybrid cloud environments is complex. Sherrine Green-Thompson of Obsidian Systems takes a look at what lies ahead.

Oct 16, 2019

Open source community should help fight fake news

Making a fake news detection model available as a global open source project means it could be improved by the community to make detection faster, says Aroma Rodrigues, Python developer at a major bank in India.