BPO sector cements its status in SA economic recovery
President Cyril Ramaphosa praises the growth of the business process outsourcing sector, saying it will boost SA’s economic reconstruction and recovery.
Herotel positions to become national fibre player
Although the operator has announced compelling fibre prices, analysts say its footprint remains small, fragmented and mainly outside the main urban centres of the country.
tc pay with UM MENA and InMobi Wins Four Awards at MMA SMARTIES MENA 2020
stc pay, the leading digital wallet service in Saudi Arabia, won four awards at the MMA SMARTIES MENA 2020, taking home a silver for COVID-19 Campaign of the Year and a total of three bronze awards in the Mobile App, Lead Generation / Direct Response / Conversions and mCommerce categories.
Nokia refreshes phone line-up with six new phones
HMD Global unveils new devices across the Nokia X, G and C series range, as it faces fierce competition from Huawei and Samsung.
Information management: It’s time to raise the security bar
The need to competently and agilely manage, analyse and safeguard vast caches of valuable corporate data has become a vital necessity.
Five start-ups from Africa compete for $500 000
The regional finalists for the Online Seedstars World Competition have been announced
Top seven requirements for a next-gen, edge-ready network
One of these requirements is preparing for IOT and WiFi 6 with data centre-class performance at the edge.
AWS opens applications for Equity Equivalent Investment Programme
Amazon Web Services SA invites black-owned small IT firms to apply for its acceleration programme, which seeks to empower entrepreneurs with digital tools.
Local device manufacturers get a bite of govt comms tender
Device manufacturers serving SA’s mobile carriers are set to score a big chunk of the newly-issued multibillion-rand government communications tender.
SA’s big telcos take #DataMustFall trend further
Vodacom, MTN, Telkom and Cell C drop their data prices, saying this will drive digital transformation in response to the consequences of COVID-19.
Enterprise Architecture 2.0: Key consideration for digitalisation
To deal with the pace at which tech and competition move, companies must use all the tools at their disposal to timeously incorporate digitalisation into their core business.