Smart supply chains spell massive gains for the industry, but only when they are designed with the user in mind.
In order for everyone to enjoy the benefits of digital innovation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we need to focus on the efficient utilisation of resources, says the CSIR’s Dr Fisseha Mekuria.
Sanlam’s digital brand, Sanlam Indie, may have had a rocky start, but it has managed to acquire customers, scale its business and establish itself as a real insurance industry player.
Modern farmers need to embrace mechanisation to drive efficiency. John Deere wants to be the technology company that enables this new era of precision agriculture.
Government has made some bold statements about how digital technologies will empower and enable South Africans, but what does a realistic picture for a digital government look like?
Getting online is easier than ever before, but what does this mean for young, impressionable users?
Bringing together designers from a wide range of industries, tech intertwined with creativity at Design Indaba 2020.
The telecoms industry has had to change its approach, which, according to MTN SA’s CEO, Godfrey Motsa, isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
There’s a fear that automation will steal workers’ jobs, so what can they do? And what should organisations do to ensure they’re not simply fuelling the unemployment statistics?
As brands embrace hyper-personalisation, are they actually improving customer experience or losing the human touch?
By providing a virtually tamper-proof way of safeguarding data and ensuring its integrity, blockchain has so many applications across a wide range of industries.
It’s punting its own version of Google Mobile Services but this doesn’t mean Huawei is saying goodbye to Android.
Joanne Carew is an ITWeb Cape-based contributor.