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SA can become smarter via its cities

Government should work with mobile network operators to move local cities towards smart city status, advises an industry expert.

Feb 18, 2019

Healthcare industry leans toward hybrid cloud

The increasing need for security, flexibility and application mobility fuels healthcare organisations in their cloud journey.

Feb 13, 2019

South Africa's 5G reality revealed

Despite the hype around the deployment of 5G in 2019, 3G remains the present reality for SA.


Govt should focus on e-services in 2019

Frost & Sullivan encourages government to use advanced technologies, such as the cloud and IOT, to improve the delivery of public services.


Is your customer engagement digital ready?

A white paper released by Aspect Software and Frost & Sullivan explores the idea of elevating customer engagement for the digital age.


What Tito Mboweni's appointment means for ICT

ICT analysts weigh in on the new finance minister's appointment, saying it's unlikely to have a direct impact on the sector, at least for now.

Sep 21, 2018

Roadblocks ahead in SA's 5G journey

There is still a lot of work that needs to be done before even thinking of a 5G network in SA, says Frost & Sullivan.


CA Technologies reveals consumer survey results

Nearly half of businesses admit to selling customer data, despite claiming data protection as paramount, according to the CA Technologies study.

Jun 14, 2018

Infographic: How to fight ransomware

Successful ransomware attacks exploit vulnerabilities in operating systems.


Utility Systems wins Frost & Sullivan award

The company scoops the `2018 Best Practices/Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award'.

May 2, 2018

Web cast: A predictive cyber security approach to ransomware protection

Watch an exclusive Webinar, co-presented by Dimension Data, Cisco Systems and Frost & Sullivan.

Mar 19, 2018

Femtech on the cusp of explosive growth: report

Frost & Sullivan research predicts that female technology could have a market worth $50 billion by 2025.

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