EOH assesses impact of Microsoft contract cancellation
The JSE-listed company is 'disappointed' at the unilateral manner in which Microsoft terminated its contract.
Long-forgotten Myspace re-emerges after losing data
The once-popular social network admits to losing more than a decade worth of data after a server migration glitch.
Local job recruiters turn to artificial intelligence
A survey shows local human resources practitioners believe AI will play an important role in the recruitment process within the next few years.
Facebook works to reduce fake news as SA elections near
The company says it aims to reduce the spread of misinformation and protect election integrity.
MTN-backed Jumia eyes Africa's start-up debut on NYSE
After becoming the first African start-up unicorn in 2016, achieving a $1 billion valuation, Nigeria-based Jumia has set its sights on listing in New York.
SA develops coding, robotics curricula for Grade R-9
The curricula, set to be implemented next year, will prepare learners for the fourth industrial revolution.
Distributed generation can resolve SA's power crisis
While wind and solar systems could reduce significant load on municipalities, they are currently undervalued in SA.
South African companies make Microsoft Azure shift
Less than a week after the launch of two Microsoft Azure data centres in SA, several local organisations have already migrated to the cloud platform.