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10:50
Mar 3, 2020

CX: 2020. The human touch

It’s time to strap the customer into your enterprise rollercoaster and give them an experience they’ll never forget.

7:00
Feb 26, 2020

IT channel 2020: Collaborate or die

With the channel is in a state of evolutionary flux, collaboration across multiple partners has become critical.

10:00
Feb 6, 2020

Changing the conversation

Connectivity may have evolved, but investment in new infrastructure shouldn’t have to come at a heavy price.

10:20
Dec 3, 2019

Stacking rings. For technology grownups

The Internet of Things is stacking up to be an interesting force for the future.

6:30
Nov 4, 2019

The mainframe is dying. Again.

In the fast-moving world of technology innovation, mainframes aren’t the problem; organisations are.

10:10
Sep 16, 2019

Managing the virtual environment

The time for software to define the business and its future has arrived, but where is South Africa?

10:30
May 21, 2019

Enterprise forecast: mostly cloudy

Defining best practice in the deployment of Software-as-a-Service solutions in the modern enterprise.

11:00
Apr 23, 2019

Rogue, stealth, shadow: The antiheroes of IT

The names that define the illicit hardware and software introduced into the organisation are uncannily accurate, but can be turned into a business benefit.

7:40

Emergent disruption

It's time to embrace the inevitability of digital disruption and use it to spearhead innovation and redefine revenue.

4:00
Jan 25, 2019

HPE 2019 Partner Awards: Get ready for 'tremendous changes'

After a challenging 2018, HPE South Africa commits to a new way of engaging with partners and customers.

5:10
Dec 13, 2018

Unlocking the potential of business

Strategic partnerships are key to igniting the fourth industrial revolution, says Magatho Mello, GM: Large Enterprise, MTN Business.

4:50

Country-wide connectivity and cloud

Seamless connectivity and cloud capability are critical to the success of the modern business, even those in rural areas.