Who said the mainframe is dead?
Scalability, reliability, security and a long lifespan, these machines are set to be in enterprises for some time to come. The challenge is that the skills to keep them running won’t be.
ROG Soldiers of Fortune finals live broadcast this weekend
The tournament finals will be broadcast live from the Vodacom Esports Studios this Friday.
New emojis debut on World Emoji Day
As the world celebrates World Emoji Day, over 117 new emojis are expected to make their debut in 2020, including COVID-19 emojis.
Brave new leadership needed to forge SA’s 4IR future
Be Agile's Chad Williams will present at the upcoming Business Agility Institute conference, in Johannesburg.
E-learning policy flaws hinder tech value in classrooms
Edtech policies fail to fulfil their promise to enhance teaching and learning in classrooms across the globe.
SA women scientists, researchers to be honoured
The Department of Science and Innovation readies to roll out the red carpet for leading women scientists and researchers at an annual awards event.
Sybrin, Belgium Campus: Harnessing the power of partnerships
Sybrin has hired 13 new graduates from The Belgium Campus this year, with the aim of training and employing them in various technical roles within the company.
UJ honours 'human computer' Katherine Johnson
The university confers an honorary doctorate on NASA's former physicist
SA universities must lead Industry 4.0 curriculum
Minister Naledi Pandor wants to see more higher learning institutions offer education courses that speak to the fourth industrial revolution.
Inspiring Fifty SA names this year's winners
Fifty inspiring South African women have been recognised for their role in the local tech industry.
SAP, UCT collaborate on Next-Gen Lab
The two organisations have launched an innovation platform where students can interact with firms and gain insight into disruptive innovation.