Joanne Carew

Exponential organisations a must for Africa

Keynote speaker at upcoming Africa Tech Week, global tech strategist Salim Ismail, believes Africa needs to embrace change in order to build solid businesses.


Number Boost takes top innovation spot

Heading to Tokyo in March, Number Boost will represent South Africa in the final of the NTT Open Innovation Contest.


Online lifeline

There's no doubt the Internet connects us, but does it have too much power? How does our dependency on connectivity play out when it gets shut down?


Smart cities 2.0

Cities of the future are smart - but what is it going to take for us to get there?

Nov 23, 2018

Is IaaS on the way out?

The global cloud industry is really gaining momentum, and with this growth comes a few changes.

Nov 13, 2018

Azure data centre brings possibilities to SA

According to BUI's Willem Malan, the opening of Azure data centres in South Africa will alleviate concerns around data sovereignty and latency.

Nov 6, 2018

What makes a cloud intelligent?

With an intelligent cloud, businesses can take what they already have and move it to the cloud, innovating as they go.

Oct 18, 2018

Automate to innovate

The supply chain is transforming. It's up to you to decide if these changes are for the better or the worse.


Dawn of the hyper-available enterprise

As customer demand rises, data must be hyper-available and businesses need to become hyper-connected.

Oct 9, 2018

Small businesses are digital enablement success stories

There's no escaping the impact that digital technology is having on businesses of all sizes, says MTN's Llewellyn Ramsagar.


Mining social data for real business results

When successfully leveraging social BI, business leaders can uncover valuable insights about their employees and customers, and use this data to up their game.

Sep 13, 2018

Taking learning to the community

Is a non-profit organisation the next evolution in growing ICT skills within local communities?

Joanne Carew
ITWeb Cape-based contributor.

Joanne Carew is an ITWeb Cape-based contributor.