Regina Pazvakavambwa
Regina Pazvakavambwa
ITWeb portals journalist.

Regina Pazvakavambwa is an experienced Journalist with a demonstrated history of working in the online media industry. She has worked for ITWeb for about four years. She is a strong media and communications professional with an Honours in Media Management focused in Communication Journalism, and related programmes. She is also a coffee and social media addict, loves photography and reading. She has ambitions of being a bestseller author….writing her first page as we speak.

Trend Micro to bolster investment in SA


The company plans to grow market share in the country and the Sub-Saharan region through head count and presence.

DDOS threats on the rise in EMEA


The EMEA region experiences more than half of the world's distributed denial of service attacks, says F5 Labs.

LaunchLab offers students inaugural fellowship programme


The Stellenbosch University initiative will see 12 fellows provide support as interns or volunteers for start-ups.

Open source intelligent solutions to transform work, businesses

New open source intelligent solutions are set to change the way people interact with systems and to transform their businesses, says SUSE.

Workday snatches Mdwaba away from SAS


The local arm of the US-based company will be led by former country leader for SAS, Zuko Mdwaba.

Four AI deployment lessons from Gartner

Despite huge levels of interest in artificial intelligence technologies, current implementations remain at low levels.

Local cloud providers under pressure

It now makes good business-sense for major international providers to strengthen their presence in SA by investing in local data centres.

Surviving the dominance of hyperscale cloud service providers

9 Feb

As hyperscale cloud service providers enter SA, local players will have to position themselves to retain their relevance, says Liquid Telecom's Louis Pienaar.

Building a business case for cloud migration

The cloud journey is not only an IT conversation, but requires business objectives with tangible business outcomes, says Synthesis.

Cloud fused with emerging tech is disrupting businesses

Within the next two years, 90% of business models will be driven by cloud technologies, says IBM.

Belgium Campus offers ICT bursaries valued at R8.5m

The bursaries are available to South African individuals of colour and students with disabilities.

Businesses fail to close the gap on exploits

7 Feb

The median total cost of a ransomware attack in SA is around R1.7 million.