James Francis
12 Sep

Strategic possibilities of edge computing

Digital twin technology is a hint of where digital technologies, combined with IOT, can take us, says George Senzere, solutions engineering manager at Schneider Electric.


How does digital migration impact the ERP?

Enterprise resource planning remains the brains of the business, but it needs intelligence for a new age, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.


Strategies to modernise your ERP

The case for adopting a new, post-modern enterprise resource planning solution is, frankly, infallible, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.

Aug 21, 2018

How schools can drive change in education

The culture change can start with extracurricular activities like robotics and coding classes, which can be presented to all ages, says Lulu Burger, director of Education at the OnSite Group.

Aug 16, 2018

The rise of edge computing

The essence of edge is to move some of the storage and compute to a different site closer to where the data is being generated, says George Senzere, Solutions Engineering Manager at Schneider Electric.

Aug 3, 2018

Meet the skills challenge with pre-competition

We can't beat the skills challenge without joining forces.


Want industry 4.0 manufacturing? Start with structure

If you want to optimise operations, you need to follow the guidance of operations people, says Lance Zikalala, MD at nCoded Solutions.


The future of skills depends on company boards

We aren't developing technology-savvy leaders or technology skills nearly as fast and broadly as we require, says Gary de Menezes, Country General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa at Micro Focus.

Jun 28, 2018

5G: Why is this a game changer?

The next iteration of mobile connectivity, 5G, is on its way. But this will be more than just a step up in speed. 5G will change how the world communicates and what we communicate with.

Jun 21, 2018

Cloud ERP: making the cultural leap

Modern cloud platforms, such as cloud ERP, bring the best while leaving behind the worst, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.

Jun 21, 2018

Want good security? Follow the user

It's time to stop keeping the workforce at arm's length and instead treat them as critical parts of the system, says Christo van Staden, regional manager for sub-Saharan Africa at Forcepoint.


CYOD: users choose, IT wins

With the choose your own device system, the company procures the devices, but the employees have a say in what they prefer to work with, says Clayton Campbell, director of the Onsite Group.

James Francis
ITWeb contributor

James Francis is ITWeb contributor.