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Dec 13, 2019

Keeping the end up

What’s happening in the world of end-user devices?

Nov 11, 2019

The role of IT in healthcare

Tech is proving itself in the medical sector worldwide. What can it do for South African clinics and patients?

Oct 8, 2019

If you build it

How is the manufacturing sector embracing tech in South Africa?

Sep 2, 2019

Learned behaviours

Which are the technologies that are changing our classrooms for the better, and which are overhyped?

Aug 15, 2019

Getting it right

The cloud journey isn't always a smooth one. What are the areas that are difficult to navigate, but that you can plan around from the start?

Aug 7, 2019

Going public

What can the private sector offer when it comes to modernising South Africa’s civil service?

Jul 31, 2019

The future of fintech

In the last decade, Africa has blazed a trail in its adoption of financial technology (fintech), as it has provided ways to reach previously unserved populations and leapfrog generations of infrastructure. In the US, you might be able to pay with a chip and PIN if you’re lucky. In South Africa, you can open an account with a selfie.


The state of SA’s IT security, according to ITWeb/VMware CISO survey

How are South African corporates dealing with the increasing challenges of cyber security? ITWeb’s annual survey, sponsored by VMware, provides some answers.

Jun 4, 2019

Modernising the mines

Eyes are on South Africa’s mining industry as it works to embrace technological change. What can the IT sector do to help?

Apr 30, 2019

A buyers' market

South Africa's competitive retail sector might not be following the same footsteps as US and Europe, but it's taking its own unique path when it comes to technology adoption.


Leveraging the intelligent edge

It's the big new buzzword in IoT, but how mature is the `intelligent edge'? Brainstorm convened a special roundtable to find out.

Feb 6, 2019

Totally changeable

The flexibility of software-defined networking (SDN) is what enables some of the world's biggest companies to be innovative and scale their services to reach millions of people. In South Africa, there have been a lot of announcements around SDN and its big brother, software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN), in the last few months. Are local firms taking advantage of the opportunities it provides?

Adam Oxford

Adam Oxford is a journalist and media consultant with over 20 years’ experience, mostly specialising in technology and related sectors. He is a regular contributor to IT Web's titles, and regularly hosts round tables and discussions for its publications. He has also worked with a large number of other South African media houses, including The Sunday Times and Mail & Guardian, and written for a wide variety of international titles from Wired to Linux Format. As well as writing, Adam has launched and run media start-ups here and abroad, consults on digital transformation and business development in the media and justice sectors, and trains journalists in the field of data-driven storytelling