COJ e-hub boosts access to library, learning resources
The City of Johannesburg’s new online platform brings free digital content and library services to community members’ fingertips.
AI-driven app helps teens with mental health support
Mental health help is now a download away, as personalised artificial intelligence-driven app Vive Teens makes its debut.
MakwaIT, Cisco digitise Diepsloot’s small businesses
The networking giant collaborates with MakwaIT to support the Diepsloot youth and small businesses with cloud-based technology resources.
Trickbot banking Trojan develops new techniques
Trickbot is one of the most dangerous samples of its malware type, says Kaspersky.
Employees don’t want to return to the office
Most employees expect employers to offer remote work options post-pandemic, an Australian study finds.
Mobile app revenue to soar as smartphone adoption escalates
Global mobile app-generated revenue is expected to increase by 55%, reaching $613 billion by 2025, according to fintech firm Mejores Apuestas.
Password stealers target more South Africans in 2021
One way users can protect themselves is by using multi-factor authentication, says Kaspersky.
Datadobi's new tech handles petabyte-scale data lakes
Datadobi Query Language helps IT administrators handle multi-petabyte data lakes.
IEC, social media partners fight fake news as elections near
The Independent Electoral Commission and Media Monitoring Africa partner with social media to fight disinformation in the run-up to municipal elections.
Bolt launches app-based food delivery service in Joburg
The ride-hailing firm expands its food delivery arm to Johannesburg, listing more than 300 restaurants and fast-food outlets in the city on the app.
Standard Bank employees participate in client-focused hackathon
The big-four bank hosts its second-annual Kuunda Disrupt Hackathon, as it looks to employees to find innovative solutions to consumer pain points.