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1:40

GTconsult 2019 Roadshow is here

The company will explore the growing risk for IT security, and the massive leap in SharePoint and Office 365 development at its roadshow.

3:10
Thursday

Fortnite vulnerabilities put millions of players at risk

Check Point shares details of flaws that could have affected any player of the popular online battle game.

2:50

Up your backup game in 2019

A cloud-to-cloud backup solution like AvePoint allows businesses to protect their Office 365 content, no matter where it lives, says NBConsult.

3:30

STADIO Holdings embraces digital transformation

SIS Global will replace STADIO's legacy finance and student management systems across its registered higher education institutions with the Unit4 Suite.

0:40

Watch Microsoft's Future Summit event

AI is already helping people do amazing things, says Microsoft

1:40
Thursday

InterSystems IRIS Data Platform certified on AWS Marketplace

Amazon Web Services Marketplace availability will allow developers and customers to instantly access and use InterSystems IRIS.

2:10

Domains.co.za debuts Epyc VPS hosting

The Epyc Virtual Private Server hosting solution is powered by AMD EPYC processors.

4:30
Wednesday

How Microsoft SA's new boss will steer ship

New Microsoft SA MD Lillian Barnard sees emerging tech driving the company forward, while her predecessor Zoaib Hoosen reflects on his pivotal role.

3:40

It's crucial that SMEs spot fake cloud ERP

True cloud ERP solutions are built form the ground up to work in the cloud, which means you access them through any browser, says Gerrit Olivier, CEO of About IT.

5:00

Heightened risk will characterise 2019

It is important to ensure the organisation is resilient enough to deal with whatever risks do materialise, says Michael Davies, CEO at ContinuitySA.

2:30
Monday

Microsoft SA announces new MD

Microsoft South Africa's MD Zoaib Hoosen has resigned and will be replaced by Lillian Barnard.

2:40
Monday

Mimecast discovers MS Office vulnerability

The memory leaks lead to the permanent writing of memory content into different MS Office files, which could help attackers, says Mimecast.